Tuesday, May 26, 2020
The possibilities of the planned Payment Service Banks (PSBs) revolutionizing the financial services in Nigeria as they usher in a new era of change in delivering innovative payment solutions to customers is huge, experts in the financial services industry have affirmed. Fintech experts who spoke at the just concluded Lagos...
The Big Brother Naija show which was first launched in Nigeria in 2006, is due back on our screens in a few months according to the organisers. But with months to go the show is already generating excitement and controversy which goes to show that no matter what side...
News of Kwese satellite TV shutting down after only being in operations for 18 months has taken the internet by storm. As expected, people online had lots to say about this development and not many of them were nice.. Econet media, the parent company of the brand, made it...
On June 18, 2018, international renowned brand Heineken unveiled limited edition interactive bottles through a digital campaign that deployed over 100 social media influencers. These bottles feature expressions of the colors of the countries in the famous Heineken red star, creating a learning ground for consumers to connect with...
  Star Lager Beer was the first indigenous beer to be brewed in Nigeria more than 60 years ago, and through the decades, the flagship brand of Nigerian Breweries Plc, a Heineken company  has also held an enviable  position of  being a strong supporter of football in the country.   In 2016,...
The global tournament is over and there were a lot of highs and lows. The final match of the competition which was between France and Croatia ended 4 - 2 in favour of the French team.   These are our best and outstanding individuals and moments of the mundial brought to...
African bankers have long preached some version of what Tony Elumelu, UBA’s chairman, calls “Africapitalism”: the idea that far-sighted, home-grown businesses can drive development. In Nigeria banking reform in 2005 set off a wave of consolidation. The survivors were heftier and more profitable, with capital to invest abroad. Kenyan...
By Sabine Dall’Omo, CEO for Siemens Southern and Eastern Africa   Rapid urbanisation across the continent is having an effect on water demands and it is estimated that by the year 2030, the world will need 40% more water than its current accessible, reliable supply.   Compounding the issue and according to the...