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A Canadian runs 21 pages dedicated to African countries on Reddit

Since 2011, almost half of the pages dedicated to African countries on Reddit, the world’s 20th-most popular website, are run by a Canadian. Without any luck to changes this, users of the Eritrean subreddit started a campaign that has managed to get enough traction to get a response.

Motorcycles more cost-effective for medical deliveries than drones

Researchers have compared delivery of medical lab samples using drones or motorcycles. Their discovery has been that drones are not as cost-effective as using motorcycles for medical deliveries in most cases.

African countries prepare for the coronavirus

Egypt has started screening all air passengers arriving from countries where the infection has occurred, while Kenya, which receives at least three flights a day from China, issued a directive to start screening at all ports of entry on 22 January 2020. Nigeria followed suit the same day.

AfriLabs has expanded its network with 20 new hubs

AfriLabs, the largest pan-African network of technology and innovation hubs has admitted 20 new hubs to its network. This expands the AfriLabs membership strength to an amazing 174 hubs in 45 countries across all the regions of Africa.

Didier Drogba's digital literacy initiative

Didier Drogba has signed an agreement that sees a digital literacy program launched to educate 10 million Africans on issues such as health, citizenship, and financial inclusion using digital literacy programs.

The benefits and risks of Big Data

How to ensure the benefits of big data outweigh the risks.

Digital infrastructure key for Afrika to be able to compete in the 4th Industrial Revolution

In order for Afrika to compete and thrive in the world as it is today and in the future, it has to invest more in training people as well as digital infrastructure. These were the words of Akinwumi Adesina, the President of the African Development Bank, speaking at the opening