I attended a round table discussion on Tech and Social Entrepreneurship in Malawi organised by British Council and mHub.
Today mHub hosted the first ever city spark for Sahara Sparks, East Africa’s largest Innovation and Technology Entrepreneurship event. Lilongwe Sparks event was opened by the CEO of Sahara Ventures Jumanne Mtambalike, who are the organisers of Sahara Sparks, who gave...
In Macra’s ongoing sim card registration exercise, some interesting issues have been brought to the fore.
If you had a choice to reach out to new converts by building a new church or using the internet, which would you choose?
Have you ever been forced to abandon your shopping at the supermarket till because the lone POS device ‘is not working’? Very typical in the retail sector in Malawi where traders just love the sight of cash!
Is Malawi ready to develop Internet of Things (IoT) solutions that tackle current and future food security, energy, transport and health issues? Well, that was a challenge the We for Talent Hackathon set out to address.
Over the past weekend I conducted a digital skills training to young entrepreneurs and school leavers. The aim was to empower them with digital skills and online tools to help them put their businesses online, create meaningful content and understand...
During a hearing a Parliamentary Joint Committee hearing last Wednesday, minister of Agriculture George Chaponda made an interesting point on the Malawi Government Wide Area Network (GWAN).
Unicef Malawi, in partnership with the University of Malawi, Polytechnic, has officially launched The Innovation Hub (Mphika wa Luso) in Blantyre. The hub is based at Polytechnic’s Chichiri Campus opposite Civic Offices and is the country’s second tech hub after...
That is how Kondwani Munthali, winner of the MISA Malawi Blogger of the Year Award, put it!