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Nigeria mulls ‘business whitelist’ to boost Internet stakes

Nigeria is developing a business whitelist programme to boost confidence in local business operating on the borderless Internet marketplace, the nation’s Internet domain name manager says. Sunday Folayan, President of the multistakeholder group that manages Nigeria’s .ng Internet name, the Nigerian Internet Registration Association (NIRA), says the proposed Nigerian Business whitelist is a national response […]

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Do-Not-Disturb | N500,000 fine awaits erring mobile operators

A fine of N500,000 will be paid by any telecoms network provider that violates the Do-Not-Disturb (DND) instruction issued by the Nigeria Telecommunications Commission  (NCC), the telecoms watchdog has warned. Mr. Philip Eretan, Deputy Director, Licensing and Authorization at NCC, gave the warning  at the 83rd edition of the Telecoms Consumer Parliament (TCP) held in […]

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FinTech | Mastercard opens applications for Nigerian startups

Mastercard says it is requesting applications from Nigerian fintech startups to begin its Start Path 2018 programme under the payment technology company’s initiative to reshape the future of commerce. Start-ups will have the opportunity to present their business proposals to the Start Path judging panel on April 9 in Lagos and selected startups will present […]

TAAC 2018: VP to deliver keynote at Technology As A Catalyst Conference

New Konga CEO resumes today, asked to conquer e-Commerce Africa

The new owners of Konga have asked Nick Imudia, the new CEO of the e-commerce company to take the African number one spot. The new CEO of Konga resumed duty Monday after he was hired by Zinox Technologies, the Nigerian technology group founded by Nigerian businessman, Leo Stan Ekeh, that closed the acquisition deal of […]

Watch: Vice President Osinbajo speaks on ease of doing business in Nigeria at TAAC 20018