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9 Sep 2020
Despite its challenges, Nigeria's legal system is clearly willing to embrace digital technology. That's according to Seun Abimbola, Partner at Prime Solutions and Chairman Legal section of the Nigerian Bar Association. CNBC Africa's Christy Cole caught up with him on the side-lines of the 60th Annual General Conference of the Nigerian Bar Association.
9 May 2020
Will the arts ever be the same again? The magic of digital technology has kept us connected to movies, music and TV shows during confinement, while distribution giants like Amazon have kept up supplies of books and CDs. But scrapped are the big summer music and theatre festivals. Can artists, producers and distributors hold out? Will Covid-19 finish off already struggling neighbourhood movie theatres? François Picard's panel reacts to the French president's promise of support for the industry and reflects on how confinement alters creativity.
28 Apr 2020
Smartphone apps and other digital technology have been widely used to help limit the spread of coronavirus. Countries are now developing their own apps to trace the virus's journey.
20 May 2019
The CEO of Access Bank, Herbert Wigwe says Nigeria is at a sweet spot for a fundamental change as far as digital technology and payments are concerned. He made this remark on the side-lines of the Africa FinTech Foundry while speaking to CNBC Africa’s Wole Famurewa on the need to take advantage of available technology to build Nigeria’s economy.
28 Apr 2019
Digital technology: Industry players want companies to embrace trend.

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