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Internet

The thorny issue of internet freedom across Africa

Human right and internet freedom are loaded terms anywhere in the world but perhaps nowhere more so that in Africa

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Data Replication

National Museums of Kenya begins 10,000 artefact digitisation initiative

The National Museums of Kenya sets out to digitise its archaeology and palaeontology collection

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Human Resources

Anish Shivdasani on South African unemployment, UBI and dystopian tech

We speak to Anish Shivdasani, CEO of South African mobile recruitment service, Giraffe

Internet

What Facebook and Google are doing to improve connectivity in Africa

International tech companies are focusing on connectivity in developing regions

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Data Mining

How IoT and Big Data are tackling Africa's problems

IoT projects in Africa are generating data that could help Africa deal with its biggest difficulties

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Networking & Communications

South Africa's latest Cabinet reshuffle could be an opportunity for ICT

Local South African tech initiatives have not advanced with global tech development – things need to change

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Cybercrime

Cinema chain hack sees data security take centre stage in South Africa

What does South Africa’s largest breach reveal about data security in Africa?

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Cybercrime

Cybersecurity must play catch up as more Kenyans move online

Reports have highlighted Kenya’s vulnerability to cyber attacks. Predictive technology could help secure businesses and government entities.

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Wireless Technologies

C-suite talk fav tech: Richard Walton, Avirtual

We profile the global c-suite to learn more about their ‘fav tech.

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Finance

MFS Africa Q&A: Poor mobile interoperability hinders financial inclusion

Dare Okoudjou, founder and CEO of MFS Africa discusses the need for mobile interoperability across the continent

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Poll

Do you think your smartphone is making you a workaholic?