Post Archive for March 2014
African ICT news headlines for the past 2.5 weeks include a diverse grouping of 182 stories from 35 countries.
Temitope Benson, founder of Nigerian event website Ojuagbo.com, shares his entrepreneur story. In a matter of months, the site has already seen solid growth and can serve as an inspiration to others.
The 2014 Reporters Without Borders annual list of Internet Enemies contains Ethiopia and Sudan. Both score high for online censorship.
A technology summit held in The Gambia allowed ICT stakeholders to discuss how information technology can strengthen their economy. By doing so, they hoped to encourage Gambians to participate in the process.
Deloitte recently completed an in-depth analysis of the African mobile telecommunications market that aptly covers all aspects of the current mobile telecoms business in Africa, from recent trends to operational strategies to new opportunities.
The other day, Portland Communications released a new report on how Africa tweets that improves upon a similar analysis from 2011. Two years ago, the goal of the study was to establish a “benchmark for measuring the evolution of Twitter use in Africa.” This time around, researchers examined Twitter trends at a more granular level than before.