Bad Taxi Experiences In Kenya Led To Birth Of MaraMoja Transport. Originaly starting as an Uber for Africa, the company quickly took a different spin. Jason Eisen, CEO of Maramoja, initially started his venture with the hopes of becoming the Uber for Africa. However, Uber's entrance in the Africa prompted his company to rethink its model.…Read more
The Rwandan national company Rwandair, has started since the first week of October 2017, its three weekly flights from Dakar. Cotonou was until then its West African hub in West Africa. The Rwandan Ambassador to Senegal Dr Mathias Harebamungu, officially launched Rwandair's activities in Senegal, which highlights an economic association, not only between the two…Read more
Tanzania is set to launch the world’s largest drone delivery network early 2018, with drones parachuting blood and medicines out of the skies to save the lives of many in the region. Zipline, a Californian drone-delivery startup that has been delivering blood to Rwandan clinics since October, recently announced that it’s expanding its operations into…Read more
TaxiJet is an innovative taxi booking platform that offers its services in the city of Abidjan (Côte d'Ivoire). Anxious to respond to the various security problems associated with the use of taxis in Abidjan, Issa Sidibe and a group of young entrepreneurs from Ivory Coast came up with the idea of bringing "a technological answer…Read more
The Gabonese government announced Saturday, August 29, 2015, the launch of Gabon flyafrica.com, a low-cost pan-African airline. Operational in Southern Africa for thirteen months, FlyAfrica.com must soon operate initially, from the airport platform of Libreville, according to a statement of the presidency of the Gabonese Republic. The peculiarity of Gabon flyafrica.com would be to make the…Read more
Sangulani Chikumbutso, a Zimbabwean designer, inventor is considered as the first Zimbabwean to design and make a hybrid engine-powered helicopter, an electric car, a magnetic converter, a ‘green’ power generator and a special drone. His designs were launched through his company, Saith Technologies.
A group of ICT students from Uganda’s Makerere University have come up with a way to start cars with fingerprints rather than car keys.Read more