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Nigeria's National Information Technology Development Agency (NITDA) has announced that it has comissioned the building of a technology hub in Katsina State. This, according to the NITDA, forms part of a resolution to establish tech hubs across 6 geopolitical zones in Nigeria. The tech hub will be located at the
Over the past decade or so, Nigeria's technology ecosystem, and especially its tech startup ecosystem, has experienced what can only be described as phenomenal growth. From the number of new startups born out of the West Afrikan country to their expansion across Afrika and the world, Nigeria's tech startups have
Often, founding and running a technology startup is glamourized. People only hear and see the good articles and the big headlines on how many millions of dollars a few startups have raised. For every startup that raises money or is acquired, there are hundreds and thousands of others that disappear
Andela, the company training software developers across Afrika, will be opening its main software development hub in Kigali, Rwanda. The hub will be opened in partnership with the east Afrikan country's Rwanda Development Board (RDB). Andela was launched in 2014 with the aim of investing in Afrika’s talented software
Startup Grind has announced it's return to Zimbabwe. The relaunch of Startup Grind's Zimbabwe Chapter will kick off with an event titled "An Evening with EcoCash CEO Natalie Jabangwe." The event will be held on Wednesday 25 July 2018 from 6 pm at The Venue in Avondale, Harare.
Nigeria's Vice President, [Professor-Yemi-Osinbajo](https://www.iafrikan.com/tag/Professor Yemi Osinbajo), was the guest of honour towards the end of June 2018 to open one of Lagos' new technology and innovation hubs named the Vibranium Valley project. The tech hub and office space was comissioned by Venture Garden Group