I.T. Certification Courses, Namibia
Computer College in Windhoek
2KO Namibia offers IT training in Namibia, providing the very best in technical Human Capital Development together with International IT Certification to Windhoek and the rest of Namibia. We offer courses in Cisco, Microsoft, Linux, Oracle, CompTIA, Sun and much more. There is now a standard of excellence in Africa. 2KO Africa is a professional training company, delivering cutting edge programs in the IT space and in selected business applications. Our training is offered online, live online and also by instructor led classes. 2KO Africa's business courses are available world-wide, many of them leading to European Certification, to ensure students have access to the best IT courses in Namibia. Our online learning is now live! A range of IT courses for groups is available at your centre in Windhoek, Rundu and Walvis Bay. Contact us if you have a group.
Tech News in Namibia
application adoption in sub-Saharan Africa is truly spectacular.
Partly because of the leapfrogging phenomenon, where people in the
developing world leap over obsolete technologies and straight onto
the latest tech. But in the case of fintech in Africa, it's also
because the cost of mobile phones has dropped rapidly over the last
couple of years, creating a boom in ownership. There are more people
with mobile money accounts than people with physical bank accounts.
This is quite something to wrap your head a round and it has left
normal bricks and mortar banks struggling to keep up.
According to estimates, ownership is set to rise exponentially, which is good news for consumers and businesses. By 2020, 634 million people in Africa will have a mobile phone subscription - that's 52% of Africans. Now with access to mobile money and mobile banking it is not inconceivable that traditional banks will be left floundering, unless they embrace fintech in the same way as start-ups have.Fintech empowers the disadvantaged, and in Kenya, in 2007, M-Pesa was a revelation. It enabled people, including whole communities, who had never had a bank account to send and receive money; pay for essentials like heating, water and lighting, and start new businesses. Imagine if you don't have to pay cash in taxi anymore, or if you can pay in your local bar, restaurant or even when buying kapana or fruits at the local market stall. Life would become so much safer across Namibia."