iAfrikan Radio

Total 28 Posts

Connecting Africa to the Internet

In this episode of the iAfrikan BYTES podcast Kojo Boakye, Africa Director of Public Policy at Facebook joins us to share more information on Facebook's connectivity infrastructure projects and partnerships across Africa.

Oby Ezekwesili on corruption and politics

An in-depth discussion with Oby Ezekwesili to help us understand the origins of corruption in Africa, the incentives that exist to help it spread, and some ways we can curb it. Mama Ezekwesili also shares some thoughts on how we can fix politics.

Formalizing and digitizing Africa's informal retail sector

Onyekachi Izukanne, CEO of TradeDepot, walks us through what startup does, its expansion plans, and also shares some tips for startups looking to raise venture capital funding.

How to protect your data online

Joining us on this episode of the Tech Legal Matters podcast is Rob Shavell, CEO of Abine, he shares some tips on personal data protection.

Integrated finance and e-commerce platform launch

Dr. Thabo Lehlokoe, Executive Chairman of Tafari Capital, a company in South Africa that has recently launched the Tafari App which allows individuals and businesses to set up their online shops and sell to consumers., is a guest on this episode of iAfrikan BYTES.

Investing in South African technology startups

In this iAfrikan BYTES podcast, Fabian Whate, Head of Naspers Foundry, explains what the fund and organization do to develop South Africa's technology startups and innovation ecosystem.

What small and medium businesses can do post-COVID-19

Mr. Xolani Qubeka explores several things that small and medium businesses can do to reposition themselves post-COVID-19.