#EndSARS: A moment against our broken system II Inside Stuff
On Inside Stuff this week. Martin Oloja talks about the fast-growing protest in Nigeria. The EndSARS movement that started a few days ago over how the Special Anti-Robbery Squad (SARS) section of the Nigerian police force has been brutalizing and killing innocent Nigerians unjustly.
Police attack #EndSARS protesters in Surulere, kill one, Lagos announces reopening of all classes and more
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Tech Cabal Townhall: Emerging tech
Tech Cabal Townhall: Emerging Tech convenes entrepreneurs, investors, policymakers and corporate organizations including telcos and financial institutions to examine how businesses, individuals and countries across the continent can maximize the benefits of emerging technologies, specifically AI and Blockchain.
Online shopping in Africa: Somewhere between smartphones and paper catalogues
Online shopping is an increasingly popular option in rural Africa for those who wish to avoid a very long trip to the nearest store. The e-commerce sector has great potential in Africa but has many hurdles to overcome.
Honeywell's big bet on an e-commerce boom pays off
Honeywell’s $1.5 billion acquisition of Intelligrated in 2016 is one of the rare large, technology-focused deals that’s been a smashing success.
Adidas CEO on Guidance, European Growth, China, E-Commerce
Kasper Rorsted, chief executive officer at Adidas, discusses his guidance for full-year results, when we can see a return to growth in Western Europe, what will drive that return to growth, his strategy for Brexit, competition, how the trade tensions between the U.S. and China are impacting his business, his strategy for China and the company's e-commerce targets.
The battle for the e-commerce market
Boomerang Commerce CEO Guru Hariharan joins Bloomberg's Emily Chang with the latest on e-commerce giants Walmart and Amazon.
Smile to enter: China embraces facial recognition technology
Facial recognition is one of the fastest-evolving technologies in the field of artificial intelligence. It has major implications in terms of security and counter-terrorism, but also e-commerce and industry.
Nigeria's e-commerce is growing: How profitable is it?
Nigeria's E-commerce sector is currently growing at an estimated 25 per cent annually.