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Nigeria's TechAdvance earns special recognition in London at the launch of the second edition of the Companies to Inspire Africa Report.
Meet Kiah. a 25-year-old freelance writer and graphic designer who spends most of her time on her smartphone. She, like the average digital consumer, spends at least 3 hours everyday on social media platforms and instant messaging apps. Kiah loves watching videos on YouTube and scrolling through her Twitter timeline,
I don’t want to live in a world where there’s no organic food, do you? We will need to produce 70% more food than we do today to feed 2,3 billion people that will be added to the world’s population by 2050. And we will have
Too many times, when we speak about the future of Afrika or the future of technology in Afrika, we do so with an air of ignorant homogeneity. We speak of Afrika like we speak of one country, and in so doing we sometimes forget that there are 54 countries on
By 2025, Sub-Saharan Afrika (SSA) is forecasted to likely be home to almost a quarter of the global population aged under 24 years old. Further forecasts suggest that by 2035, SSA’s population will become the youngest in the world boasting an enormous number of working-age individuals aged 15 to
As with all new technology, emotions run wild and our excitement gets the better of us. The hype is everywhere — projections of an Artificial Intelligence (AI] ruled planet akin to something out of a science fiction movie with computers that can almost read minds. In the midst of all these,
During the fourth week of November from 21 to 22 November 2017, Accra, Ghana was vibrant with the Tech in Ghana Conference organized by the Ministry of Communications and Africa Business 2020 (AB2020). The Conference opened with a Keynote Speech by Ghana's Minister of Communications, Ghana - Ursula Owusu-Ekuful, and