Month: November 2010

RLabs features in Business Day

RLabs features in Business Day

Today RLabs and She’s The Geek featured in the Business Day about the work being done in the Community. “EVERY so often one is reminded of the huge effect a single decision can have on a life. It is as cleric and author Frederick Speakman said: “Decisions determine destiny.” Like the decision Monique Ross made …

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RLabs Mobile Services into Africa

RLabs Mobile Services into Africa

This weekend was another great milestone for the team at RLabs and JamiiX as we partnered with MXit to expand our mobile services into other parts of Africa. The mobile services being offered includes the Angel service and the JamiiX mobile counselling support services. This partnership will now see the RLabs mobile services not only …

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Amsterdam School of Business visit RLabs

Amsterdam School of Business visit RLabs

As I am making my way to Amsterdam to attend the TEDxAmsterdam event I was just reflecting on the guests from Amsterdam School of Business who assisted us developing a global business model for the future of RLabs. It was very useful getting to work with an amazing group of individuals who really all contributed …

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Knight News Challenge: WHAT’S YOUR IDEA?

Knight News Challenge: WHAT’S YOUR IDEA?

The Knight News Challenge enables innovators to pursue their dreams and experiment with news and information projects. KNIGHT NEWS CHALLENGE WINNERS advance the future of news by launching new ways to digitally inform local communities. For the 2011 challenge, four new categories were chosen to help harness and accelerate the entrepreneurial energy in the field. …

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Africa surpasses 500 Million Mobile Subscriptions

Africa surpasses 500 Million Mobile Subscriptions

According to Informa Telecoms and Media the African mobile market has surpassed 500 Million Mobile subscriptions and with 10% of the world’s mobile subscriptions being in Africa, it was one of the world’s fastest growing regions. African subscription numbers increased by 18% for the first three quarters. This growth is expected to slow as markets …

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