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We invite companies, schools, and training institutions to Tekedia for Enterprise
We invite companies, schools, and training institutions to Tekedia for Enterprise here https://school.tekedia.com/course/enterprise/ . Resellers and growth partners across Africa wanted. Our courseware is natively African with cases on companies you use daily. Tekedia Institute will serve you, try us. The post We invite companies, schools, and training institutions to Tekedia for Enterprise appeared first on Tekedia.
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“Well researched and presented book. I’ve learnt a lot and a good eye opener” – Seedy J.
“Well researched and presented book. I’ve learnt a lot and a good eye opener” – Seedy J. Source. When you read my book – The Dangote System, you will understand the physics of building wealth and rising to the top. It is a liberation of the mind, from the nonsensical dogmas . Try it today…it is updated, fresher and sharper. One destination: liberate the minds of men and women, and showcase the paths to building category-king companies, irrespective of the starting point! The principles are just as solid as Isaac Newton’s Mathematica Principia (critical for modern natural philosophy) or Adam… The post “Well researched and presented book. I’ve learnt a lot and a good eye opener” – Seedy J. appeared first on Tekedia.
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National Database as a Panacea for Economic Development in Developing countries
Nations are known to develop a National Archival and Database Management system; the national database system can be defined as a storage system for record keeping.  According to Wikipedia, a government’s database collects information for various reasons, including climate monitoring, securities, law, and compliance, geographical surveys, patent applications and grants, surveillance, national security, border control, law enforcement, public health, voter registration, and vehicle registration, social security, and statistics. While these may sound basic for every system of government that dots the globe, it is simply not the case. In the advanced economies, not only have they met, and surpassed expectations in… The post National Database as a Panacea for Economic Development in Developing countries appeared first on Tekedia.
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Why your Startup/Business needs a lawyer
When running a business or investing in a startup in a place like Nigeria where both the legal and political system is complex and filled with a lot of bureaucratic policies, you need to be extra careful and make sure you do everything by book in other not to encounter hitches that will ground your startup or budding business to a halt. As a foreign investor funding a startup in Nigeria you definitely need a company lawyer that will lead you by hand and work you and the new business through the huddles of the never-ending Nigeria legal policies, statutes,… The post Why your Startup/Business needs a lawyer appeared first on Tekedia.
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South African VC firm Havaic invests $500,000 in FinAccess to scale co-ops across East Africa
FinAccess has two core products. The first one is FinCore, a micro-banking system designed to power back-office operations. The second, Grobox, is a data visibility solution for dairy cooperatives that tracks milk production to help them increase their access to credit.
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Only 35% Of The Nigerian Population Have Access To Fintech
There is no disputing the fact that the development of the Fintech industry in Nigeria has significantly impacted the nation’s economy. Nigeria, which is home to over 200 fintechs, is among the continent’s fintech leaders with a lively crop of startups and a growing suite of digital offerings from mainstream banks. Between 2014 and 2019, Nigeria’s Fintech sector raised more than $600 million in funding, attracting 25 percent ($122 million of the $491.6 million) raised by African tech startups in 2019. In 2021, the Fintech sector raised about $800 million in 2021, which was 120% higher than what Fintechs raised… The post Only 35% Of The Nigerian Population Have Access To Fintech appeared first on Tekedia.
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Kenya becomes the first African country to teach coding as subject in schools
Kenya becomes the first African country to approve coding as a subject of study within the official curricula for primary and secondary schools
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The future of mobility and car subscriptions in South Africa, according to Planet42 managing director
According to Managing Director Grant Wing, Planet42, which raised $30 million in December last year, has scaled its fleet 10x in the last 30 months, perhaps signaling the demand trajectory of the car rental industry in South Africa.
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Google’s Equiano Subsea Cable Lands in South Africa
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Kizz Daniel and the Washerman
The superstar musician Oluwatobiloba Daniel Anidugbe popularly known as Kizz Daniel has been invited by the police and could be arrested or detained if he fails to honor the invitation of the police.  He was invited on account of the seizure of a property (laundry truck) belonging to a dry cleaning company. According to the story, Kizz Daniel gave out his clothes to be dry cleaned by the laundry company and the Landry company damaged some of his expensive and quality clothes. He decided to seize their truck until they replace the clothes for him or pay him the money… The post Kizz Daniel and the Washerman appeared first on Tekedia.
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The Physics of Winning Commonwealth Games Gold on 4x100m Relay with New African Record
When the relay began, the commentators were all over England. As it picked up, Australia was also in the midst. About 5 seconds into the race, she picked Nigeria, quickly noting that the team was running a remarkable race. Tobi Amusan had given them an edge – a really brilliant start. But it must still be finished – and the last exchange of baton was crucial. Then, it happened – seamlessly and flawlessly.  As that last baton exchanged hands, it was magical. In physics, you call that “momentum” because the last runner was put in a position to accelerate, overcoming… The post The Physics of Winning Commonwealth Games Gold on 4x100m Relay with New African Record appeared first on Tekedia.
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Why Nigeria’s Outstanding Performances in the Commonwealth Games Did Not Lead to Biggest Victories at the Olympics?
The Commonwealth Games and the Olympic Games are two renowned international athletic events where competitors often come from various nations and compete in a variety of disciplines. The Commonwealth Games are primarily intended for former subjects of the British Empire and those who want a political and socioeconomic alliance with the UK. Many African nations, including Nigeria, take part in the games every four years. The Olympic Games, which are similarly held every four and two years (during the summer and winter seasons), do not place restrictions on participation based on colonial ties. Instead, they are open to all nations… The post Why Nigeria’s Outstanding Performances in the Commonwealth Games Did Not Lead to Biggest Victories at the Olympics? appeared first on Tekedia.
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$100-Billion in Investments Up for Grabs for SA’s Green Energy Startups
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Supply Chain Disruptions Caused By China And Taiwan Tension, Likely To Delay iPhone 14 Launch
There have been historical events that disclose that every time there is a conflict between the people’s Republic of China and Taiwan, the U.S always intervenes in favor and supports Taiwan. The tension between the two parties (China and Taiwan) however escalated when the U.S House of Representatives speaker, Nancy Pelosi visited Taiwan on an official visit that led to another spark of conflict between Taiwan and China, which has been disclosed to be severely affecting Global World Trade. According to sources, China’s military drills are coming out to a disruption in one of the world’s busiest trade routes and… The post Supply Chain Disruptions Caused By China And Taiwan Tension, Likely To Delay iPhone 14 Launch appeared first on Tekedia.
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Apple Asks Suppliers in Taiwan to Obey Chinese Custom, Label Exports “Made in China”
The potential trade barriers that will arise from the current faceoff between China and Taiwan is prompting multinational companies in the island to take precautionary measures. US phone maker Apple has asked suppliers to ensure that shipments from Taiwan to China strictly comply with Chinese customs regulations, and also to brand products with “Made in China” labels. Sources familiar with the matter told Nikkei Asia that the Cupertino giant told suppliers on Friday that China has started strictly enforcing a long-standing rule that Taiwanese-made parts and components must be labeled as being made either in “Taiwan, China” or “Chinese Taipei.”… The post Apple Asks Suppliers in Taiwan to Obey Chinese Custom, Label Exports “Made in China” appeared first on Tekedia.
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Uber Eats & MotionAds create new source of revenue for delivery people
Uber Eats says delivery people can opt in to have their delivery bike’s top box branded through MotionAds
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Bluechip launches in Europe following successful pan-African expansion
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Youtuber? You should you try this new YouTube Shorts feature
If you are a YouTube creator, you've gotta try this feature that lets you create YouTube Shorts directly from your original videos!
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What Caused Capitec’s Massive 40 Hour Outage?
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Internet and Children: How to help Protect Minors on the Web
Innov8tiv Innov8tiv - Blacks In Technology in USA, UK, Caribbean Islands & Africa Image by Alexandr Podvalny from Pixabay  The web is an inexhaustible resource of knowledge and making good… The post Internet and Children: How to help Protect Minors on the Web first appeared on Innov8tiv. Internet and Children: How to help Protect Minors on the Web Innov8tiv.com
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The Next Wave: African investors love fintech. But there’s an opportunity cost
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Spotify Premium users will get more control of the shuffle and play button with a coming update
Spotify is making the big green button giviexclusivng sperate buttons for shuffle and play, but this is only for Spotify Premium users.
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The Digital Evolution of Posters
Innov8tiv Innov8tiv - Blacks In Technology in USA, UK, Caribbean Islands & Africa Image by Pexels from Pixabay  Traditional posters will never go out of style. However, technology and digitization… The post The Digital Evolution of Posters first appeared on Innov8tiv. The Digital Evolution of Posters Innov8tiv.com
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Twitter may soon allow you include a GIF, photo & video in one tweet
Twitter is working on a feature to allow users tweet using multiple media forms instead of just one per tweet.
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Bitcoin vs. Stock: Which Investment is Profitable?
Innov8tiv Innov8tiv - Blacks In Technology in USA, UK, Caribbean Islands & Africa Image by digital designer from Pixabay  Bitcoin is often touted as a decentralized digital currency, but stock… The post Bitcoin vs. Stock: Which Investment is Profitable? first appeared on Innov8tiv. Bitcoin vs. Stock: Which Investment is Profitable? Innov8tiv.com
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Bitcoin vs. Stock: Which Investment is Profitable?
Innov8tiv Innov8tiv - Blacks In Technology in USA, UK, Caribbean Islands & Africa Image by digital designer from Pixabay  Bitcoin is often touted as a decentralized digital currency, but stock… The post Bitcoin vs. Stock: Which Investment is Profitable? first appeared on Innov8tiv. Bitcoin vs. Stock: Which Investment is Profitable? Innov8tiv.com
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Cell C Offers Free Data Bundles to Those Affected by Load Shedding
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Is My Car Insurance Still Valid If My Car Registration Expires? 
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The 7 Best Websites to Buy Twitter Followers (Real & Active)
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Despite Pantami’s Disapproval, FG To Go Ahead With Tax On Call
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Despite Pantami’s Disapproval, FG To Go Ahead With Tax On Call
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👨🏿‍🚀TechCabal Daily – #KenyaDecides
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Tekedia Launches Tekedia for Enterprise – An Organization-wide Training Hosted On Client’s Platform
Tekedia Institute is excited to announce that it has launched a new program – Tekedia for Enterprise. Tekedia for Enterprise is an organization-wide training service which makes it possible for workers or learners to take our courses in a client’s website or portal without having to come to Tekedia.com. Through an API-based system, we enable the client to distribute the courseware (written materials, videos, etc) to the staff or learners within the client’s ecosystem [for clients which do not have a portal, Tekedia assists by creating a dedicated section with custom URL and your logo within our system]. In this… The post Tekedia Launches Tekedia for Enterprise – An Organization-wide Training Hosted On Client’s Platform appeared first on Tekedia.
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Tekedia Launches Tekedia for Enterprise – An Organization-wide Training Hosted On Client’s Platform
Tekedia Institute is excited to announce that it has launched a new program – Tekedia for Enterprise. Tekedia for Enterprise is an organization-wide training service which makes it possible for workers or learners to take our courses in a client’s website or portal without having to come to Tekedia.com. Through an API-based system, we enable the client to distribute the courseware (written materials, videos, etc) to the staff or learners within the client’s ecosystem [for clients which do not have a portal, Tekedia assists by creating a dedicated section with custom URL and your logo within our system]. In this… The post Tekedia Launches Tekedia for Enterprise – An Organization-wide Training Hosted On Client’s Platform appeared first on Tekedia.
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The Squirrel-Feet, the Super Shoes and the Zone Awareness: Tobi Amusan Hacks the Wind Again in Birmingham
The 2022 Commonwealth Games was scheduled to be held for 11 days from Thursday, 28 July to Monday 8 August at Birmingham City in the West Midlands of the United Kingdom. The competition had promised a different experience than the previous tournament hosted in the Gold Coast, Queensland, Australia in 2018. Since the previous campaign, the world has morphed into a new normal due to the across-the-board impact of the sudden Covid19 pandemic. Like other facets of the nations’ wealth that drive the global economy, tourism and sport-travel are still recovering gamely from the Covid19 shock. An estimated 30,000 spectators… The post The Squirrel-Feet, the Super Shoes and the Zone Awareness: Tobi Amusan Hacks the Wind Again in Birmingham appeared first on Tekedia.
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