Vincent Matinde

Vincent Matinde is an international IT Journalist highlighting African innovations in the technology scene.

learning-letters

Training and Development

Africa's first programming language to teach kids code

Kennedy Kanyi has developed arguably Africa’s first programming language

potholes

Social Networks

Twitter can fix Kenyan roads

A group of volunteers with ICT backgrounds have used social media to enforce government accountability

ict-research

Software & Web Development

The need for ICT research in Africa

ICT based research may be limited but it can offer a great source of solutions for the continent

e-learning

Training and Development

Five African countries changing the education sector through tech

All over Africa e-learning is catching on, but countries are doing it differently.

mobile-money

Mobile Communications

What is the future of SMS and USSD in Africa?

Legacy mobile technology still provides plenty of opportunities

video-africa

Web Content Management

Local content required to reach online African audiences

Increased internet penetration in Africa will cause a demand for local content

online-betting

Internet

Digital betting takes off in East Africa but legislation is lacking

The vacuum of regulation over digital gambling might expose this thriving industry to threats

crowdfunding

Business Management

Crowdfunding: Africa's funding platform landscape

A new report provides quantifiable evidence on the growth of crowdfunding in Africa

mobile-costs

Internet

New web tech could help get the next billion Africans online

Web compression and progressive web applications could open the online market for vendors in Africa

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