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first_imgAdvertisement The Transform Africa Summit 2013, held in Kigali, Rwanda, has honoured five young ICT entrepreneurs for developing socially transforming IT solutions who were picked from more than 500 young African ICT enthusiasts.Athgo International, a firm dedicated to empowering youth in ICT around the world, was behind the awards ceremony which picked one startup from Rwanda, two from Kenya, one from Ghana and one from South Africa, reports the New Times.Hehe Ltd, a Rwandan startup developed by Clarisse Iribagiza and builds mobile apps and software solutions to aid access to information, emerged in first place and received US$7,500 for a cash price. – Advertisement – The summit, which finished today, hosted seven heads of state and more than 1,500 delegates who came together with the agenda of pushing for a major ICT revolution across the continent.It also urged young people to pursue their dreams and work hard to help the continent through in the ICT sector.Amiri Mugarura, chief technology officer of Hehe Ltd, said the company was set up with a vision to help transform Rwanda and Africa into an information society by increasing access to vital information.Kenyan firms scooped second and third place. Mobicraft Solutions, a faith-based SMS service, and Fishmate Ltd, linking farmers to their customers, received US$5,000 and US$3,000 respectively followed by South Africa’s Powerbox, a phone charging innovation startup and Ghana’s Mnotify Ltd, which received US$2,000 cash each.President Paul Kagame, guest of honour at the awards, said: “Success is not something that comes overnight. True success requires a lot of hard work, a lot of learning and dedication. You must put all your energy, mind and spirit into what you are doing in order to become successful.”Credit: Humanipolast_img read more

first_imgIt’s an exciting new era for Arsenal fans under Unai Emery but it could be the same old story as Champions Manchester City look value to start their season with a win at the Emirates.There is justified anticipation for the Gunners first season without Wenger in 21 years. Arsenal have never lacked for attacking prowess – Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang can kick on after scoring 10 goals in 13 appearances for Arsenal after a mid-season move from Dortmund and he is ably backed up by Alexandre Lacazette and Henrikh Mkhitaryan, supplied by Mesut Ozil.More importantly, they have added some steel in the shape of Lucas Torriera, exemplary for Uruguay in the World Cup and Sampdoria before that, former Dortmund defender Sokratis Papastathopoulos and the very experienced Stephan Lichensteiner along with new goalkeeper Bernd Leno.In Emery they have chosen one of the best options possible to take the club forward -The former Sevilla and PSG man has had a full pre-season to implement his philosophy on the squad and added plenty of defensive steel on paper, but this is an exalting opening assignment.It would be a shock if City won the title by 19 points yet again, but they were clearly the dominant team in England last season and they finished 37 points ahead of Arsenal. Any fears of a World Cup hangover look to be wishful thinking for their opponents based on how they dismissed Chelsea in the Community Shield.Sergio Aguero (15/4 to score first, 11/10 to score anytime, with starsports.bet) had another typically well taken double and Bernado Silva and Phil Foden starred in the absence of Kevin de Bruyne, Raheem Sterling and David Silva. There is such depth at City that Guardiola is unlikely to miss them this weekend should they remain absent and Riyad Mahrez looked at home playing with Leroy Sane upfront too.Arsenal ought to be more organised than Chelsea were following a strong pre-season without too many of their stars involved in World Cup duties, but City already look set and rolling and the 17/20 on them to start with three points has to be taken.RECOMMENDED BETS (scale of 1-100 points)BACK MAN CITY 15 points win at 17/20 with starsports.bet CLICK HERE FOR STARSPORTS.BET MARKET PROFIT/LOSS SINCE JAN 1 2017: PROFIT 113.53 points(not including US PGA, Test series recommendations, 2nd Test, Premier League ante-post)last_img read more