During the heady days of the commodities supercycle, many African sovereigns tapped international debt markets for the first time issuing some $26bn in eurobonds. As a more subdued African Development Bank annual meeting opened in Lusaka, Zambia, the multilateral lenders’ […]
“Necessity teaches the naked woman how to knit” These are lean days in oil patches all over the world, with once-bustling roads and hotels now empty as the price of oil has plunged and rig after rig sits idle.
Innovation is not just a buzz word, it is a global phenomenon, which will grow and continue to deliver impressive dividends through the merging and combining of talents, ideas, insights and resources across the world.
In its forecast on the Internet of Things (IoT), industry research firm Gartner predicts that by the year 2025, more than 26 billion individual devices will be connected to the Internet.
Muhammadu Buhari has been sworn in as Nigeria’s president, promising to bring “increased prosperity” to Africa’s most populous country.He is the first opposition figure to win a presidential election in Nigeria since independence in 1960. .
The Lagos State Government has signed three model city plans to guide physical development of different areas of the metropolis in the next 10 years. They are the Ikoyi/Victoria Island, Agege/IfakoIjaiye and Apapa model city plans.
Akinwumi Adesina, who served as Nigeria’s agriculture minister in the outgoing government of Jonathan Goodluck, has been elected as the new president of the African Development Bank (AfDB).
Nigeria is now an investment hotspot for some of the world’s largest brands, from General Electric to Unilever, the Economist Intelligence Unit (EIU) report on Enabling a more productive Nigeria: Powering SMEs has said.
Smart doorbells might be the next must-have gadgets for the smart home. Startups and big manufacturers alike are developing camera-equipped doorbells that let homeowners answer the door from their smartphones.
Globacom, in collaboration with the Federal Airports Authority of Nigeria, has introduced the country’s first-ever functional and comprehensive airport Wi-Fi facility.
With this, passengers and other users of the airports will be privileged to connect wirelessly to the Internet through their smartphones, tablets, laptops and other smart devices.