From South Africa to Kenya, Uganda to Silicon Valley, check out some of the most interesting news in Technology carefully curated for you this morning.
Wikipedia Conference “Wikimania” to Make Debut in South Africa… Good news for Africa! Cape Town has won the bid to host the annual gathering of volunteers from around the world to celebrate Wikipedia and the Wikimedia projects, from 18-22 July.
Kenyan Start-Up “Tanda” Unveils Inventory-Management Solution… Tanda makes it easier to run a shop by allowing shop owners to order and manage their inventory, has formally launched after a four-month pilot with 200 kiosks spread across Kayole, Kawangware and Kariobangi, Kenya.
As part of their effort to make Kenya the Innovation Capital of Africa, Pangea accelerator has invested in 3 Kenyan start-ups, from their cohort of over 40 startups (from Egypt, Kenya and Nigeria) and over 400 applications.
Have some insights of Apple’s annual Worldwide Developers Conference, or WWDC, which is already on and will run up till June 8, 2018, at the McEnery Convention Center in San José, California.
And lastly for today is, a leading European ride-hailing company with operations in Kenya, Uganda and Nigeria, Taxify… has completed an investment round of $175 million.
You may also be interested in this, How Nigeria’s Krystal Digital Is Strengthening the Application of ICT in the Education Sector.