Poor infrastructure and expensive hardware means Mozambique is falling behind in Africa's digital revolution. But IT entrepreneur Sazia Souza is determined to inspire the next generation of innovators by offering free IT classes for the youth.
Some see radio as a medium of the past. But that's not the case in Africa. Despite the advent of the internet and social media, radio remains extremely popular on the continent.
Many young Africans dream of a higher education. But they often don't have the means: colleges are often far away and accommodation is expensive. Online universities and e-learning may provide a viable solution.
As part of the Saxon Year for Industrial Culture, a new exhibition in Leipzig explores artworks that reflect the shifting effects of technological progress on humans since the beginning of the industrial revolution.
Accusations that Huawei helped Uganda and Zambia spy on opponents have intensified concerns about China exporting its digital surveillance tools to Africa. But Western companies are also selling spyware on the continent.
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