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Every month Africa HR Solutions curates the latest high impact news across Africa. Check the top business news for May 2019.

Rwanda Utilities Regulatory Authority (RURA), and Moroccan Agency for Nuclear and Radiological Safety and Security have signed a cooperation agreement to exchange information and experience in nuclear technology.

Officials said talks are underway with Russia’s State Atomic Energy Corporation (ROSATOM), to set up the centre as soon as possible.


Last year, when Microsoft executives were doing their due diligence ahead of paying $7.5 billion for GitHub, the software engineer marketplace, they might have been surprised by one unexpected data point: Nigeria had the fourth-fastest growing developer community on the platform the previous year.

Microsoft’s first development centers in Africa will open in Lagos, Nigeria and Nairobi, Kenya this year and will employ 100 full-time developers who will work across artificial intelligence, machine learning and mixed reality innovation.


An all-girls robotics team representing Ghana in the 2019 World Robotics competition came in first in the senior division.

The team managed to beat out teams from the US, Mexico, South Korea and other countries in the competition which was held in Michigan, USA.


Nigeria, where ride-hail startup Gokada has raised a $5.3 million Series A round to grow its two-wheel transit business.

Gokada  has trained and on-boarded more than 1,000 motorcycles and their pilots on its app that connects commuters to moto-taxis and the company’s signature green, DOT– approved helmets.

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