Safari the warrior crouches in the bush - a digitized heroine from the new mobile phone game "Afro Fighters" that its Nigerian creator hopes will soon rival the likes of Clash of Clans or Angry Birds on the world's handsets.
Two unions representing some of Telkom SA's workers said on Tuesday they would take the South African landline provider to court over possible retrenchments.
South African telecommunications company Telkom (TKGJ.J) made a second stab at buying IT infrastructure firmBusiness Connexion (BCXJ.J) with a 2.7 billion rand ($256 million) offer, seven years after competition concerns scuppered its first bid.
Microsoft made announcement at Dynamic Spectrum Alliance Global Summit in Accra, Ghana that it will launch a new TV white space partnerships and projects in Africa and three other continents to provide lowcost wireless connectivity to students and faculty at universities in Koforidua, Ghana.
Sunday Kenya made an agreement with China to finance 90% of the 609.3 kilometer railway project in Nairobi with cost estimate of SH 327 billion or $3.8 billion.
American billionaire Ronald Lauder through Pan African Investment Company (PIC) funds an undisclosed amount in convertible debt to Kenyan car manufacturing startup Mobius to produce Africa's cheapest car.
Dr Kiprono Kittony, the chairman of the Nigeria-Kenya Chamber of Commerce, announced in a meeting in Abuja Monday that 7 of the 46 newly discovered oil fields will be granted to Nigerian business men.
JX Nippon Oil & Energy Corporation has opened an office in Johannesburg, South Africa that could indicate possible company expansion as the former looks to collaborate with exploration and retail firms.
Mkobo Privet Equity Fund, Tanzania's first ever PE firm, was launched in the country to advance economic growth whereas locals were also urged to invest more in the fund.
Djibouti has received $11 million grant from the European Union to help the country in looking for ways to solve the current problem in potable water and its scarcity of supply.
Russian telecoms giant Vimpelcom has agreed to let go of its much disputed holdings in Orascom Telecom Algeria to the Algerian government after buying the telecoms firm from Naguib Sawiris in 2010 for $6 billion.
Nam Mokwunye's PublicVine, video marketplace startup allowing sellers and buyers alike to acquire videos has received $5 million funding round in time for the company to launch globally on June 6 this year.
Huddersfield, UK-based retail chain Poundstretcher shelled out $1 million to branch out to Zambia as it begins to beef up its presence in Africa and establish its name as an international brand.
Microsoft said through its newly appointed head Kabelo Makwane that it has reinstated its development commitment in the Africa through a 20-year business plan that would boost economic growth and development in the African region.
Petrobas, the top oil producer of Brazil, has been looking for potential buyers to acquire its assets in Nigeria valued $5 billion as the company plans for divestment of international assets.
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