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“More and more people want African creativity”

All over the continent, from Nairobi to Casablanca, via Dakar and Abidjan, the entertainment business is exploding, and creativity is bubbling. In Nigeria, the Afrinolly Creative Hub brings technology and art together to embody this new productive, digital era…

Feminism in Africa’s digital world

Sexual discrimination in the coding world is rife across the globe. Cue Feminism 2.0., as Africa tries to make a change. "Computer coding is the language of the 21st Century and our children must master it!”   The slogan of 2017’s Africa Code Week summaris…

Africa’s smart cities

For Africa, the future lies in connected, intelligent cities In Africa, the cities of tomorrow are being invented today. District 2.0, CyberCity, Technology City - whatever their names, the agglomerations of the future are going to be both connected and innov…

When African Intelligence becomes Artificial

Thanks to AI and cloud technology, African developers are launching applications cheaply, and the Web giants have cottoned on.   A stream of forward-thinking apps are being created in Africa thanks to Artificial Intelligence (AI), and they’re touching a…

Nollywood, Africa’s answer to Hollywood

Nigeria’s “Nollywood” film industry is the world’s second biggest producer of movies, ahead of Hollywood, creating Video on demand (VOD) content for Africa’s increasingly connected, entertainment-mad populations.   It hasn’t always been that way. Feature…