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AFRICATECH BLOGS

AfricaTech blogs covering interviews and enterprise technology trends acoss the continent, including AI, IoT, ML, 5G, Tech 4 Good, and more...

AFRICA DIGITAL BANKING OVERVIEW 2021

The pandemic has accelerated the importance of digital in all parts of our lives, and banking is no different.

This blog is a summary of Omdia's 2021 report "Market Landscape: Evolution of Digital Banking in Africa".

MAPPING THE ECOSYSTEM FOR 5G AND IOT IN AFRICA

Here's what you should know about expectations for 5G and IoT in Africa.

This blog features extract from the report "5G and IoT in an African context", produced by Omdia in 2020. This blog was published February 2021 by the AfricaTech Team.

WHAT YOU NEED TO KNOW ABOUT AI IN AFRICA

There is little doubt that Artificial Intelligence (AI) is the emerging technology creating the most excitement in African telecoms and across the wider economy.

This blog was published in 2020 based on 2019 AfricaTech survey responses.

HOW TO CLOSE THE DIGITAL GENDER GAP

Onica Makwakwa shares how to make sure African women are not left behind in the digital revolution.

This blog was published November 2020.

how a cape town CHARITY is growing THE DIGITAL SKILLS OF YOUNG PEOPLE IN AFRICA

CodeSpace is addressing the gender, racial and socio-economic divide in the tech industry. Learn more about the Cape Town-based educational institution below.

This blog was published October 2020.

2020 AFRICA TECH STARTUPS

Tech is being used by entrepreneurial startups across the continent. Each month during 2020, we're featuring one to watch in partnership with Disrupt Africa. Catch up on our Africa Tech Hot Startups here.

DIGITAL TRANSFORMATION AND DISRUPTION

The world is starting to take notice of Africa’s tech and telecommunications industry. Buoyed by the world’s fastest-growing mobile economy, rapid urban development and technological advancement, growing populations and rising incomes, telecoms networks have found themselves right at the centre of digital growth and transformation right across the continent.

This blog is an extract from the report "The Future of Africa's Digital Economies".

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