• 10 Oct 2019

    Zimbabwean launches first ever African-made car

    Mr.Tatenda Mungofa is on the verge of making history as him and his colleagues are about to launch the first ever African-made car the Mureza Prim8. The Mureza hub is situated in Kempton Park, ...

  • 02 Oct 2019

    This 9-year-old has built more than 30 mobile games

    Lagos, Nigeria (CNN)Seated in a stylish living room of a home in a suburb of Nigeria’s commercial center, Lagos, Basil Okpara Jr. is tapping away on his laptop keyboard. The 9-year-old is ...

Next  

Next  

  • Mr.Tatenda Mungofa is on the verge of making history as him and his colleagues are about to launch the first ever African-made car the Mureza Prim8. The Mureza hub is situated in Kempton Park, South Africa where the integration process is all transpiring. The Mureza team managed to shed some vivid light on how the...

  • Lagos, Nigeria (CNN)Seated in a stylish living room of a home in a suburb of Nigeria’s commercial center, Lagos, Basil Okpara Jr. is tapping away on his laptop keyboard. The 9-year-old is building a hide and seek game, using a free programming application called Scratch 2. Scratch 2 allows users to create games, animations, and stories...

  • A 15-year-old Ghanaian boy has invented a ferry ship model using household materials. The model has been used on the Volta Lake which is in need of ferries to transport the thousands of passengers in the region, reports local media. Norsi Mawunyefia who’s a resident of Labola, a community in the Eastern Region of Ghana and Junior...

  • source: https://bluebiz.com Rwanda launches Coding Academy Rwanda wants to prepare its youth for a future in which technology is crucial. The country has launched the first Coding Academy to support young people who want to pursue a career in IT. The academy, that enrolled 30 boys and 30 girls in its first school year, focusses...

  • source: https://face2faceafrica.com “While government might be moving at a retarded pygmy’s pace to search for alternative sources of electricity when signs are evident that Electricity Supply Corporation of Malawi will not cope up with demand, a form 1 dropout in Kasungu has proved that it is possible…” That was how Malawian local media The Daily Times,...