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Africa: Highlights 2014

Here at IDG Connect our business is global technology and over the last 12 months we’ve produced a wide range of in-depth features, industry interviews and topical articles on tech across Africa.

One of our favourite stories this year was Africa’s first wearables company looking to cut motorbike deaths in Kenya. But we’ve listed a whole series of articles below:

 

Country specific content:

Cameroon: 8 Startup Profiles from Leading Tech City, Buea

Cameroon: A Touch-Screen ‘Heart’ Tablet

Cameroon: Spotlight on 5 Female Techies

Kenya: First Wearables Company Looks to Cut Motorbike Deaths

Kenya: Tech & the Rise of Professional Photography

Ethiopia & Kenya: The eLearning Situation on the Ground

Nigeria: Country Spotlight on the Continent’s Wealthiest Nation

Sierra Leone: IBM’s New Ebola Insights

South Africa: First Solar-Powered Android Computer...

South Africa: CEO Interview, Free WiFi for all?

South Africa: The Tech Startup Scene in Cape Town

South Africa: A Tech-Centric Drive to Agricultural Development

Zimbabwe vs. South Africa: Could IT Make the Difference?

 

Pan-African articles:

Interview with Johan Nel on the Rise of Gumtree in Africa...

Why is dotAfrica Important for the African Continent?

SleepOut: The Rise of "Africa’s Airbnb"

Africa: Big Data and the Cancer “Tidal Wave”

 

 

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