A 22 year-old Namibian man raised the Namibian flag high after he developed Namibia’s first homegrown social network app for the Namibian people
Puku, the brainchild of three African entrepreneurs, is a stylish, high-powered, high-capacity USB charger for mobile devices which has been garnering a lot of buzz and attention in the tech world. TiA correspondent, Atane Ofiaja, spoke with Ani Onuorah, one of the co-founders and president of the company to chat about the journey so far
Surgeons from South Africa’s Stellenbosch University and Cape Town’s Tygerberg Hospital, have performed the world’s first successful penis transplant
Rwanda’s digitised economy received a significant boost when the country launched 4th generation long-term evolution (4G LTE) internet which provides accelerated internet speeds, a crucial element of a growing economy
A young inventor from northern Namibia has innovatively used scrap material to build a satellite dish booster to enhance people’s internet connectivity, especially those in the rural areas where the signal can be significantly weaker than normal
The son of a camel herder, Hassan Bashir knows how tough traditional life in Kenya’s arid north is, where pastoralists rely on livestock herds surviving boom and bust cycles of drought.