It's been exactly 50 days since Cameroonian authorities imposed an internet blackout on Anglophone regions in the majority French-speaking nation
African governments are increasingly clamping down on the internet, especially social media in an attempt to silence democratic opposition.
‘Every single business is a digital business…even if it sells t-shirts by the roadside’, WEF Africa in Kigali told
When Google laid 800 kilometers of fibre optic cable in Kampala, there was a 3,000% increase in the absorption of internet
Africa's great digital divide: you're more likely to have access to the internet as a wealthy man in a coastal country
Only 10 countries in the region have mobile-cellular prices that are at least as affordable as the average in other regions
Africa internet access more important for Africa than net neutrality, which is a ‘first world’ problem
People who don’t have any access to the internet often don’t understand its value. Most people who talk about net neutrality are already online
Only 21% of Africa’s population has access to the Internet. In CAR, a month’s service costs more than 1.5 times the annual per capita income
Liberian market had room for expansion as only two-thirds of the population own a mobile phone, a lower rate than in other countries in West Africa
The sweet and sour bits from the East African internet freedom report; where Kenya, Rwanda lead and Burundi trails
Mobile phone access rate in Kenya is 84%; Rwanda has developing world’s most affordable internet; and Burundi is in the dog house.
A second look at Africa 2050: Continent's population boom could bring terrible headaches - but also mega riches
Continent's occupants will double in the next 35 years. Which are some of the areas worth watching?