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Preparing for the future of work in Africa

The age of automation raises a renewed demand for humans to learn new skills, whereas current workforce trends require new ways of working. Researchers anticipate a future of improved productivity and endless potential of digital technologies.

Digital technologies are transforming African businesses

Digital technology has created new opportunities for businesses in Africa to compete on a more equal footing. However, these businesses have yet to enjoy the full benefits.

FBI arrested 281 people for Business E-mail Compromise scams

The FBI has arrested 281 around the world for Business E-mail Compromise scams this week including 167 arrests in Nigeria, 18 in Turkey, 15 in Ghana, while the rest of the arrests were made in France, Italy, Japan, Kenya, Malaysia, and the United Kingdom (UK).

MTN has closed its stores in Nigeria

MTN has confirmed the temporary closure of its stores and service centres in Nigeria as a result of anti-South Africa attacks. It has also confirmed closing some stores in Johannesburg due to xenophobic attacks.

West African states science and technology plan is going nowhere

Rolling out comprehensive universal education to secondary level across all vocational training centres in West Africa could ignite and promote innovation and the entrepreneurial spirit.

The Nigerian entrepreneurial spirit and the fear of poverty

At the heart of the Nigerian entrepreneurial spirit is not a burning desire for innovation or to take on the risks in pursuit of the limitless possibilities. At the heart is a deep, fundamental fear of poverty.

Nigeria is not a major global cybercrime player

The general use of the term "419" affects how Nigeria is portrayed in the western media and how it’s viewed in the world. Above all, the claim that Nigeria is a leader in cybercrime globally is misplaced.