Africa’s E-Commerce Will Be Worth $75 Billion By 2025, And Cybercriminals Are Already Busy Stealing The Wealth

In West Africa, two distinct groups of cybercriminals have emerged, namely the “Yahoo Boys” and the “Next-Level Cybercriminals”.

Goodbye 2017: In A Difficult Year, Some Wonderful Things Still Happened In Africa. How’s That Possible? (Part 1)

In many countries the politicians still hire relatives and their tribesmates, but their quality has improved. Because of the expansion of education, they are no longer the ill-educated villagers of years gone by.

As The ‘Africa Rising’ Story Dies Out, IMF Chief Lagarde Warns Against Swing To Excessive Pessimism About Continent

Halfway through her question the power went off…Save for a few flickers, the rest of the event, also attended by CAR president Touadera, proceeded in darkness

Surprised? Yes, Elections Can Still Be Held In Africa Without Blocking The Internet – Or Vote Rigging

A digital rights group documented 52 internet shutdowns across the world in 2016 alone, with shutdowns in at least 11 African countries contributing to that number