1. These are the African countries that censor internet the most  Quartz Africa
  2. Why the time is right for Web3 in Africa [OpEd]  Business Insider Africa
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Texas wants to censor social media companies. Which African countries already have lots of experience in this?Texas wants to censor social media companies. Which African countries already have lots of experience in this?

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Until very recently, radio was more or less the only way to listen to spoken-word audio content in Africa. While people have been able to carry musicUntil very recently, radio was more or less the only way to listen to spoken-word audio content in Africa. While people have been able to carry music

The future of audio in Africa is young, bold and online - Tribune Online

Traditionally, owning IT assets has been seen as a status symbol. If you could afford to have offices fully equipped with expensive cutting-edge technology, it was believed that you were doing well—and everyone could see it.Traditionally, owning IT assets has been seen as a status symbol. If you could afford to have offices fully equipped with expensive cutting-edge technology, it was believed that you were doing well—and everyone could see it.

IT procurement models are shifting. Is Africa trailing behind? — Features — The Guardian Nigeria News – Nigeria and World News

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Why the time is right for Web3 in Africa [OpEd] | Business Insider Africa

With approximately 700 million of the world’s 3.7 billion unconnected people living in Africa, ITU estimates that providing internet access for everyone on the continent will cost nearly $97 billion in investments. Giant tech companies are taking up this challenge.With approximately 700 million of the world’s 3.7 billion unconnected people living in Africa, ITU estimates that providing internet access for everyone on the continent will cost nearly $97 billion in investments. Giant tech companies are taking up this challenge.

The Next Wave: Can Big Tech solve Africa’s internet problem? | TechCabal

Google made global headlines last week when it announced plans to open its very first product development center on African soil in Nairobi. The decision comesGoogle made global headlines last week when it announced plans to open its very first product development center on African soil in Nairobi. The decision comes just months after the company pledged to

Futureproofing IP infrastructure is key to global internet connectivity conundrum | Africa Times

Let's discuss the major challenges being faced by African e-commerce startups that are hindering their growth.Having an internet business in Africa is not like what it is in the Western world. In the past couple

What are the challenges being faced by African e-Commerce startups? - TechCity

The canyons dug, data centers built and other submarine cables laid on the ocean floor by various telecom operators and internet giants in recent years,The canyons dug, data centers built and other submarine cables laid on the ocean floor by various telecom operators and internet giants in recent years,

5G, data, networks ... What will the future of the mobile Internet for Africans look like in 2025 - Jeune Afrique

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Cassava Technologies is one of many local and global companies creating infrastructure for fast, reliable and affordable internet in the continent.Cassava Technologies is one of many local and global companies creating infrastructure for fast, reliable and affordable internet in the continent.

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Cassava Technologies is one of many local and global companies creating infrastructure for fast, reliable and affordable internet in the continent.Cassava Technologies is one of many local and global companies creating infrastructure for fast, reliable and affordable internet in the continent.

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