Oladunni Adetula

Oladunni Adetula

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Actively thinking of how technology can save my world. Staff Writer at iAfrikan.

USA removes Wakanda as trade partner after initially listing it as one

The USA's Department of Agriculture listed Wakanda as a trade partner only to remove it a day later after many people on Twitter highlighted the error.

Transsion-owned Boomplay has signed a licensing deal with Sony Music

Sony Music Entertainment (SME) has agreed to license its music catalogue for Boomplay, which is owned by Transsion Holdings and NetEase. The agreement with SME follows on from Universal Music signing a similar licensing deal with Boomplay earlier in 2019.

Interswitch has officially confirmed that Visa will be buying a 20% stake

Confirmed: Visa be buying a 20% stake in Nigeria's Interswitch, a company focussed on the digitisation of payments in Nigeria and other countries in Africa, for $20 million, valuing the FinTech giant at $1 billion.

Visa to buy a 20% stake in Nigeria's Interswitch for $200 million

Visa is looking to buy 20% of Nigerian FinTech giant, Interswitch, for $200 million. This is in anticipation of Interswitch's IPO on the London Stock Exchange in 2020.

Andela finally launches in Egypt

Egypt's ITIDA has signed an agreement to support Andela’s hiring of Egyptian software engineers for global projects. he move into Egypt comes as Andela is undergoing some changes including the laying off of 400 junior software engineers.

Nigeria's Interswitch acquired a controlling stake in HealthTech company, e-Clat

Nigerian FinTech company, Interswitch, has acquired a Nigerian HealthTech company, e-Clat. The acquisition sounds sensible in that it will allow for integration of Interswitch's payments technology into e-Clat's technology offering to health service providers.

Nokia showcases the potential of 5G in Nigeria

Nokia is hosting a series of Innovation Days in Lagos to showcase how 5G technology can transform the way people live and work as well as enhance the industrial productivity in Nigeria.