Microsoft’s ‘MySkill4Africa’ To Equip African Professionals

Ventures Africa – As part of its 4Afrika initiative, software giant, Microsoft Inc. has launched its “MySkills4Africa” training programme which will help equip about 200,000 African professionals with technical and non-technical skills. By 2016, Microsoft hopes to up the skills of 200,000 Africans – half of which will be from the existing workforce More...

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Nigeria: Lagos Partners Microsoft, Oracle to Boost Technology Services

This Day – The Lagos State Ministry of Science and Technology has announced its partnership with Microsoft and Oracle, designed to boost Information and Communications Technology (ICT) service offerings in More...

By tcjonline On Monday, November 25th, 2013
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Rwanda’s ICT Industry Grows but Huge Challenges Abound

The New Times – The information and communication technology sector, including Internet and broadband, has suffered from limited fixed-line infrastructure and high prices, but developments in the fixed network More...

By tcjonline On Sunday, August 25th, 2013
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In the Beginning Was the Word; Now the Word Is on an App

Nathan Weber for The New York TimesListeners use a Bible app during a sermon at Fellowship Missionary Baptist Church in Chicago. More Photos » By AMY O’LEARY EDMOND, Okla. NY TIMES  — More than 500 years after More...

By tcjonline On Saturday, June 1st, 2013
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Apple Removes Ministry App Aimed at Battling Habitual Sins

(Photo: REUTERS/Jason Reed) By Katherine Weber , Christian Post Reporter The Apple Corporation has recently pulled from its iTunes store a mobile app created by Setting Captives Free, a nondenominational ministry More...