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MTN Nigeria partners mobility tech firm to reward good driving

MTN Nigeria, has partnered with ETAP, a mobility technology company that creates solutions and incentives to improve the automotive experience, to...

Uber Ghana celebrates 6 years of innovative mobility

Ride-hailing company Uber, is celebrating 6 years in Ghana and its contribution to local economic growth and empowerment.   

Why electric vehicles should be accessible to all

By Gaylor Montmasson-Clair Senior Economist, Trade & Industrial Policy Strategies (TIPS), University of Johannesburg In the early 1900s,...

How to prevent payment fraud at SA’s car dealerships

While every business, irrespective of size, is vulnerable to payment fraud worrying gaps in South African motor dealerships’ payment systems put...

Autochek acquires Morocco’s KIFAL Auto

Autochek, the automotive technology firm making car ownership more accessible and affordable across Africa, has announced the acquisition of KIFAL Auto,...

Top 5 automotive technology trends for 2022

Software Will Become the Main Profitability Growth Driver for Automakers Gartner, has identified the top five technology trends...

6 million Electric Vehicles will be shipped in 2022 – report

According to a new forecast by Gartner, six million electric vehicles (battery electric and plug-in hybrid) will be shipped in 2022,...

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Infor appoints new GM and VP for Middle East & Africa region

Specialized business cloud software provider, Infor, has announced the appointment of Kerry Koutsikos as vice president and general manager for the...

South African software engineers are moving to Europe, without leaving home

Companies looking for South African software engineers might find they have lost them to Europe - without them leaving the country....

SHAREit prepares to enter African market

Global tech company SHAREit Group, has announced it is expanding into the African market to unlock the potential of the mobile...

e-Hailing firm Bolt launches African hub in Kenya

Estonian-based ride-hailing firm Bolt has launched its African hub in Nairobi, Kenya, as it strengthens its presence on the continent.

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