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Tigo Rwanda’s startup accelerator, Think has announced its three-month incubation program, think Accelerated. The program is designed to be a fast-tracked three-month incubation program as against its usual six month acceleration program.
Tigo Rwanda has announced its partnership with Bank of Kigali to tie up its Tigo Cash services into Bank of Kigali customers accounts. ITnewsAfrica reports that the partnership will enable customers make financial transactions between Tigo Cash wallets and Bank of Kigali bank accounts.
The governments of Senegal, Ethiopia and Rwanda, and the Africa Business Champions for Science, a group of African businessmen, have launched a $5 million regional scholarship and innovation fund for Africa. According to a press release made available to TechCabal, the fund will be channeled through World Bank’s Partnership for
The Pivot East mobile startup competition, organised by mLab East Africa, a consortium comprising of iHub, eMobilis and the University of Nairobi, has announced the semifinalists for this year’s event.
Africans are renowned for their beauty and for possessing special attributes that make them attractive to all eyes. However, few people are aware that some African heads of state are also blessed with beautiful and educated daughters.
Think, a tech incubator, has released the name of the top ten finalists for its second cohort, that are contesting for investment and incubation from Tigo and Milicom (a state-of-the-art think incubation site).
Ericsson, Coca-Cola, Tigo and SolarKiosk are partnering on a social enterprise initiative called ‘EkoConnect’ that is designed to provide safe water, solar power, mobile communications as well as basic goods and services to underserved communities in Rwanda.
The Ministry for Youth and ICT, Rwanda and GSM Association has announced an agreement to take on a series of initiatives to speedup ICT inclusion and economic growth, with mobile broadband technologies as the key foundation.