Sunday, August 18, 2019

Citroën’s Develops Cars Controlled By Smartphones.

With technology, there’s little limit to what can be achieved. This is the case for French automobile manufacturer-Citroën’s and his Ami One, a small city car with amazing features. Designed for young urbanities, fully electric Ami one shares more with an iPhone than a traditional motor car, having a petite cabin that sits upright...

Three Last Wishes of Alexander The Great

Alexander, after conquering many kingdoms, was returning home. On the way, he fell ill and it took him to his death bed. With death staring him in his face, Alexander realized how his conquests,his great army, his sharp sword and all his wealth were of no consequence. He now longed to reach home to see his mother's...

Haben: The deafblind woman who conquered Harvard Law school

In a world where physical impairment hinders height attainment, restricts some to the confines of their bedrooms, and renders others life-time liabilities, 31 year old Haben Girma has developed a powerful path to success, rooted in her belief that inclusion is a choice, thus changing the narratives of persons with disabilities. On Tuesday she published her first book...

Tech Women: Local African Women get trained as Solar Engineers to solve light issues in their villages.

Illiterate local African women are being trained to become solar engineers also referred to as Solar Mamas by Barefoot College. The aim of this training is to put these women at the fore front to bring power and light to their villages. This is will go a long way to solve the problem of light facing...

Agri-Tech start-ups in Ethiopia will receive 1 million Ethiopian birr funding

Local farmers in Ethiopia will be witnessing one of the greatest funding boast of all times because Technical Centre for Agricultural and Rural Cooperation - CTA sets to organize a competition to promote and encourage the rise of agricultural innovations and entrepreneurship in Ethiopia; along with Deutsche Gesellschaft für Internationale Zusammenarbeit (GIZ).

Hack iPhone; Get $1 million reward – Apple

It is amazing the length to which Apple is willing to showcase its tech strength. Surprisingly it has increased the amount it’s offering to hackers to find vulnerabilities in its iphones and Macs to a whooping sum of $1million. This is by far the highest bug bounty from any major tech company.

Linda Ikeji; the only Billionaire blogger in Africa

It is quite easy to trade a path that has already been created. But, creating a path where there was no way at all can be pretty tasking. In as much doing this is not easy, the success story that comes after are always amazing and very inspiring. There are people who have blazed this people...

Social media have turned everyone to digital traders

Flashback ten years ago, when I was much younger, it was a sort of shameful thing to tell your peers in class that your parents are traders. Most especially, if you happened to attend the same school with kids whose parents where doctors, lawyers, and other prominent professionals. Saying your parents are traders or sellers then...

Fidelity Bank’s Funding Connect to empower 3,000 SMEs

Over 3,000 Small and Medium Enterprises (SMEs) is expected to participate in the upcoming Fidelity Bank’s SME Funding Connect initiative. The aim of this initiative is to bridge the gap of funding among SME. Executive Director, Shared Services and Products, Chijioke Ugochukwu, said the bank came up with the initiative to deepen the conversation...

Amina Mohammed among 100 Most Influential African Women 2019

Amina J. Mohammed, former Nigeria minister of environment and currently the second in command in the United Nations Secretariat; has emerged as one of the 100 Most Influential African Women for 2019, among other women. A leading African Rating and PR firm, Advance Media made the selection. The firm has over the...
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