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    Opera Software Launches Web-Enabled Payment Solution In Kenya

    Web-Enabled Payment Solution - Opera Software To Invest $100 Million In Africa's Digital Economy By Peter Pedroncelli, 8:04 am

    Norwegian web browser developer Opera Software has launched a web-enabled payment solution that can be accessed through their browser in Kenya. The web-enabled payment system, called OPay, has been integrated into the Opera Mini browser following a great deal of testing in Kenya. Kenyans making use of the browser will have access to mobile money payment and credit card services such as mobile credit transaction and bill payments through OPay.

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    The 9 Biggest Moments For African Tech In 2017

    Africa accelerator - African tech By Tom Jackson, 2:10 am AFKI Original

    It was another landmark year in the development of the African tech sector, with major launches, big funding rounds and significant buyouts. From the increased interest in incubating African startups to massive investments in the likes of Andela, 2017 has been a positive year for African tech on many fronts, and 2018 will no doubt build on the momentum that is now present throughout the continent thanks to a successful year.

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    The Most Popular Digital Advertising Campaigns According To Young Africans

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    The youth demographic in sub-Saharan Africa encounter digital advertisements more frequently on a daily basis than any other form of advertisement; Coca – Cola advertisements are the most memorable due to their creativity, this is according to a recent GeoPoll Straw Poll. In June 2017, GeoPoll engaged 3,710 youth respondents aged between 15-35 years old in Kenya, Uganda, Tanzania, Ghana, Nigeria and South Africa.

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    10 Things You Didn’t Know About South Africa’s Evolving Startup Landscape

    South Africa's tech startup landscape is expanding. Photo: Thinkstock By Peter Pedroncelli, 6:29 am AFKI Original

    The tech startup landscape in South Africa is constantly evolving, with entrepreneurs working hard to take their ideas and make them into viable and successful businesses. This is not always an easy task, and funding is a major issue, as determined by a recent Ventureburn survey that was conducted among startup founders. The survey gives a great deal of insight into the startup scene, with stats that paint a picture of a growing startup culture in the country, despite challenges.

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    Top Election Predictions For Africa In 2018

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    Last year’s election predictions for 2017 were pretty accurate (if a little self-indulgence can be allowed). So this year will be interesting to watch again, with countries like Egypt, DRC (hopefully), and Zimbabwe on the calendar. The elections are sure to be very exciting for the countries going to the polls and those investors and other interested parties gauging how to engage such countries. Here are the top elections to watch in Africa and predictions for 2018.

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    Amazon Considering Construction Of Cloud Data Centers In South Africa

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    Amazon Web Services, the cloud division of, is considering the possibility of constructing data centers in South Africa. The cloud computing firm may look to build its own data center infrastructure in the country, following the launch of its AWS Direct Connect service in Johannesburg and Cape Town this week. Cloud computing technology allows for storing and accessing of data and software over the internet rather than a particular computer hard drive.

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    Africa’s Telecoms Market Undergoing ‘Period Of Revolution’

    Africa's telecoms market is filled with opportunities and challenges. Photo - The UN By Tom Jackson, 1:24 am AFKI Original

    Africa’s telecoms market is in a state of flux, with some operators seeing huge potential and opportunity while others are concerned with the challenges they face. Trends are being set by both those aiming to expand investment in telecommunications across the continent, and those moving away from the telecoms playing field. Orange and Viettel are making big investment moves, while the likes of Tunisie Telecom and Airtel are retreating from Africa.

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    Africa’s Best Sectors For Technology-Enabled Investments In 2018

    technology-enabled By Kurt Davis Jr., 12:04 am AFKI Original

    Recent advances in technology are creating scalability for sub-Saharan African investments, with technology-enabled businesses well-positioned for growth. Financial services provides one such example. As many Westerners complain about the lack of technological advancement with banks on managing their money (i.e., poor identity checks, lack of speed in service, etc.), many sub-Saharan Africans are celebrating some great advancements in their financial services.

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