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IBM Expands Corporate Service Corps in Africa

IBM’s corporate citizenship initiative, the Corporate Service Corps, is entering into new countries in Africa, Asia and Latin America to provide small businesses, educational institutions and non profits with sophisticated pro bono business consulting and skills development to improve local conditions and foster job creation. IBM today announced an expansion of its program, a corporate […]

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What will the 2010 World Cup do for Africa’s image?

It’s now an accepted fact that South Africa will successfully host the World Cup in 2010, the world’s biggest sporting showcase. Even the naysayers have been slowly won over. The world’s football authority, Fifa, after watching South Africa successfully host the Confederations Cup, stated that South Africa, on a scale of 1-10, rates highly. Rated […]

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Tech Entrepreneur Thrives in Ghana

Hermann Chinery-Hesse’s most recent venture will bring ecommerce to even the smallest, most remote rural African village. A self-described “geek and gangster”, Chinery-Hesse already has an excellent track record. Often called the “Father of the African Software Industry”, in 1991 he co-founded theSOFTtribe – the largest and most successful software company on the African continent. […]

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The People’s Blackberry

Indian mobile application developer is teaming up with mobile operators in Africa and providing less costly solution to mobile email access.

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