Ikwap Amos

Ikwap Amos

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A dude who loves his coffee, whiskey and peaceful nights. Staff Writer at iAfrikan.

Here's How To Cut Down Your Data Usage Even As You Thrive Online, Because #DataMustFall Is Taking Too Long

You use your smartphone to send texts, watch videos and write emails, but how much data are you actually using? Your smartphone and tablet activity can be limitless, but it turns out that you probably donโ€™t actually need unlimited data. With Wi-Fi connectivity on most devices and usage monitoring

What Factors Are Helping The Growth Of e-Commerce In Afrika?

E-commerce is starting to take off in Africa, making up between 1-3% GDP in seven sub-Saharan African countries, and with further predictions indicating that it will make up to 10 percent of total retail sales in key markets by 2025, a 40% annual growth over the next 10 years. The

'Innovation' Is More Than Just A Buzzword In Afrika, It Is Changing Lives All Over The Continent

Over the last decade and a half, African economies have experienced exponential growth at rates well above the global average, though this momentum has largely slowed down over the past couple of years. The growth has largely been brought about from the extractives and agriculture sectors, driven by Chinaโ€™s

Kenyan Taxi Hailing App Little Ride Is Growing Its Continental Presence, Starting With Uganda And Nigeria

Kamal Budhabhatti, CEO of Craft Silicon, has announced plans to expand Little Ride, his company's joint venture with Safaricom, is currently preparing to launch its services in Uganda and Nigeria in the first quarter of 2017. The taxi-hailing app's first venture outside Kenya aims to take on Uber, which already

What Are The Things Successful Crowdfunding Projects Do Right?

Crowdfundingย is a method of raising capital by tapping into a large pool of individuals, primarily online, via social media and crowdfunding platforms. Those who use this method usually leverage their networks for greater reach and exposure, promising rewards for those willing to put their money into such ventures. Crowdfunding

In Order To Boost Performance And Curb Absenteeism, Kenya's Teachers Will Have Their Performance Tracked Online

Kenya's Teachers Service Commission has launched a new online system that will be used to appraise the performance of more than 290,000 teachers across the country. The system will be used to conduct teacher performance appraisals, and will also contain career development tools. The appraisal of teacher performance started

The Kenya Revenue Authority Has Partnered With SAP To Mainstream Enterprise Resource Planning In Its Core Processes

The Kenya Revenue Authority (KRA) has announced a partnership with enterprise resource planning service SAP to link different parts of its key operations, sharing information gathered from its various operations in order to operate more efficiently. This partnership makes KRA the first public sector organisation in East Africa to adopt