Your Daily Dose 03/12/2015

Here’s your daily dose of must-reads to get you ahead of the curve:

  1. You can now use a smart card to pay for your public transport in Kigali. (TNT)
  2. Apple, Google and Tesla Motors top the list of 50 most innovative companies this year. (Fortune)
  3. UK starts airstrikes against ISIS in Syria, after Parliament approves David Cameron’s proposal. (Mashable, BBC)
  4. Over 730 students took part in a boot camp organised by Imbuto Foundation to foster civic education, inspirational practices, critical thinking, entrepreneurship, debate skills, reproductive health, and more. (TNT)
  5. Two “high-ranking” Fifa officials have been arrested in dawn raids at a Swiss hotel on suspicion of accepting millions of dollars of bribes. (BBC Sport)
  6. Mark Zuckerberg is giving away his shares, but with a twist. (Fortune)
  7. Brazilian President Dilma Rousseff accused of breaking fiscal responsibility laws. (TIME)

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