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Brazzaville bloggers mobilize to produce online content
April 1, 2014 ♦ No Comment
Brazzaville bloggers mobilize to produce online content

On March 31st, Bantuhub held a special evening event to mobilize local bloggers. The event aimed to teach participants how to better create and manage blogs.

Interview with Temitope Benson, founder of Nigerian event website Ojuagbo.com
March 25, 2014 ♦ One Comment
Interview with Temitope Benson, founder of Nigerian event website Ojuagbo.com

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.

Interactive portraits of young internet users in South Sudan, Nigeria, Zimbabwe, Egypt, Morocco
February 23, 2014 ♦ No Comment
Interactive portraits of young internet users in South Sudan, Nigeria, Zimbabwe, Egypt, Morocco

RNW asked the question “How do you surf?” to dozens of young people from around the world. Using photographs in conjunction with the answers, the group published a series of interactive portraits of young netizens in their natural surfing habitat.

Exploring Mali’s government social media accounts
February 18, 2014 ♦ No Comment
Exploring Mali’s government social media accounts

A great way to find social media accounts in under-represented African countries is to find a government presence and follow its connections. Such is the case with Mali’s ICT agency.

Crowdfunding to improve African ICT access
September 4, 2013 ♦ No Comment
Crowdfunding to improve African ICT access

In the past two years, there have been more than 50 Kickstarter and Indiegogo projects to help improve African ICT access and/or literacy. Most have successfully raised money within the past year.

Why Francophone African leaders generally aren’t active on Twitter
September 1, 2013 ♦ No Comment

The other day, Jeune Afrique posted an interesting article on how leaders of West African and Central African nations are less likely to be engaged on Twitter than counterparts in other African regions.