With under a week to go until AfricaCom 2018, Connecting Africa speaks to Dudu Mkhwanazi, the CEO of Project Isizwe, a South African non-profit organization that advocates for free Internet access within walking distance in low-income communities.
With under a week to go until AfricaCom 2018, Connecting Africa speaks to some of the AfricaCom Ambassadors, a group of 30 leaders and innovators from across the continent who are driving Africa's digital transformation. First up: VALR.com's Farzam Ehsani.
The AHUB programme at AfricaCom is a hotbed of activity for tech startups looking to take their next important steps.
Ahead of AfricaCom 2018, IBM's Elizabeth Ntonjira discusses disruptive technologies, equality and inclusion, Africa's demographic dividend and more.
Which tech startup should get the chance to win a live pitching session at this year's AfricaCom in Cape Town? You decide...
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