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Marek Zmyslowski's new tell-all book sets the record straight

In his new tell-all book, Chasing Black Unicorns, Marek Zmyslowski sets the record straight on some of the controversy that followed him when running an online travel startup in Nigeria. He also writes about some of the lessons learned as a tech entrepreneur targeting African markets.

South Africa to amend outdated copyright law

South Africa's copyright law must not continue ignoring the principles of fair use.

The importance of storytelling in science

Scientific ideas can get lost in forests of words that lack structure and overuse complex language. Just like Sleeping Beauty, they need rescuing.

Perfect gift for the bibliophile

It's small enough to carry around in your bag meaning you can take it with you wherever you go. When closed it looks exactly like a book so you can surprise your friends or family when they open it. Use it as a night-light, reading light, decorative light or let

A new journal dedicated to Afrikan research has been launched

A new peer-reviewed, open access inter- and multidisciplinary scientific journal to showcase African research known as Scientific African has been launched. The journal launched at the Next Einstein Forum (NEF) in Rwanda this week (26-28 March) aims to offer African researchers and scientists the opportunity to publish and showcase their

FNB South Africa has released a white paper on digital disruption and the banking industry

South Africa's First National Bank (FNB) has published a "White paper on Digital Disruption and the SA Banking Industry" in collaboration with the Gordon Institute of Business Science (GIBS). The banking industry has experienced what some have described as a "digital disruptive tornado" and FNB along

For Nigeria To Excel It Has To Adopt Digital Solutions

I have said it a million times and many Nigerians and the whole world know this, we are not bereft of talent in Nigeria. The only thing holding us down is bad leadership via a colluding elite class which unfortunately is a product of our society which unfortunately that same