In the face of an impending global pandemic, we have seen a surge in the use of certain technologies and a sharp reduction in the use of many others. Globally, e-hailing cab applications, for instance, have had a deep in their fortunes.
Cassava Fintech, a Southern African company on the team of Econet Wireless has launched an app to rival the Chinese super-app, WeChat.
The Lagos State Internal Revenue Service (LIRS) launched a reveneue collection platfor Qpay, with a quick search page for tax records of all Lagos taxpayers (https://lagos.qpay.ng/TaxPayer) that contains details such as names, home address, phone numbers, and emails of tax payers, all accessible to the general public.
uid, is a web platform that provides investors (individuals & businesses) access to aggregated investment opportunities across Africa with particular focus on the Agric sector.
OPay which has been running public bus service — OBus, has reportedly suspended the operations. The limited route service which has been in its beta testing for close to four months, has gained a lot of interests amongst commuters within the city but in the same breathe had peculiar difficulties with competitions within the state.
Building up on their already impressive catalogue of digital content, MTN Nigeria has launched a music-streaming platform named “MusicTime!”.
Our undercover reporters spoke to 57 people in Kuwait selling domestic workers via 4Sale, an app provided and approved by Google and Apple
ReQuid, a technology platform that provides investors (individuals & businesses) access to aggregated investment opportunities across Africa launches in Lagos. In the last couple of years there has been a few new entrants into the agrotech investment scene in Nigeria; companies like Farmcrowdy, Thrive Agric, Verdant Agritech, Porkmoney, to name a few. ReQuid however seek […]
Über launches ÜberBoat in Lagos with week days service.
The first e-hailing mobile app for bikes has closed down operations today.