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African tech in a language you'll understand. The most important stories contextualized and delivered to your inbox every Monday. Curated by Chiagoziem O.

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#100・

Christmas Break / Issue #100

See you in 2022.

 
#99・

MainOne's value

get.Africa is a weekly roundup of the most important stories in African tech. Got feedback? info@get.africa. To support, kindly share this issue. You can also check the archives.

 
#98・

Data centers and national sovereignty

Also, to incentivize the growth of the larger digital economy, these services are often subsidized for non-government clients.But this model has significant challenges. Government isn’t a homogenous organization where you can just instruct the different parts…

 
#97・

Social tokens - The opportunity

If more creators and celebrities embrace social tokens like $ECHOKE, we should see some trends start to emerge such as direct-to-consumer relationships and portable communities.

 
#96・

Full API transparency

Screen scraping isn’t illegal, but most people in tech would agree that APIs are a neater way for service integrations.

 
#95・

Non-telco-led mobile money

Expecting a mobile money revolution after the creation of PSBs will be expecting too much.

 
#94・

Chipper Cash’s product stack

How Chipper Cash is able to provide free and subsidized services.

 
#93・

eNaira: Takeoff

What the CBN is doing is similar to fixing a plane in the air.

 
#92・

Facebook’s metaverse includes Africa

Facebook wants to bring Africa into its metaverse

 
#91・

Eden Life and Nigeria’s upwardly mobile workforce

Nigeria is the largest black nation, but it often punches well below its weight when it comes to market size for tech products.

 
#90・

Home-grown solutions for Africa's creator economy

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#89・

Andela, what next?

Andela has turned the mantra "talent is equally distributed, but opportunity is not" into a business model and now could acquire businesses that followed its blueprint.

 
#88・

eNaira: How dangerous is programmability?

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#87・

Glovo and Nigeria’s food delivery app landscape

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#86・

Making Waves, slaying giants

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#85・

Corporate Africa vs. the unvaccinated

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#84・

OPay: Built fast, built to last

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#83・

Amending NITDA’s amendment

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#82・

Neobanks: pre-profit and high valuations

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#81・

Pausing Africa's Big Brother surveillance programs

Are the AI systems used for surveillance in Africa good enough?