Having learnt from years of extolling “technological revolution,” isn’t it time we ask the right question(s) about data in Africa?
How to change the erroneous perception of Africa as technology backwater. Go look, for example, at what the "Maker Movement" is doing in Ghana and Nigeria.
Uber’s usual tricks -- to provoke price wars in an attempt to increase their share of markets, evade taxes, and undermine workers’ rights -- are alive and well in Africa.
Social media group-think derails any chance for a progressive political movement.
New artistic possibilities are boundless for 360° film as the technology becomes more accessible.
If the internet is the democratizing force that it is advertised to be, why shouldn’t you be able to contribute?
The tensions between young Nigerians eager to flee their country for a better life in the United States and those already exposed to US culture.
Growing up in 1980s Congo-Brazzaville there wasn’t a lot of technology going around. Computer games, cellphones
In late August and early September, Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg visited Nigeria’s Silicon Lagoon and Kenya’s
In Zimbabwe, the leap from online conversation to citizen protest has followed the same path as other protest movements around the world.
When your Uber driver has never heard of Muhammad Ali you realize you're not his friend and you and he occupy different worlds.
The Nsibidi Institute Memory Project attempts to use digital forums to preserve popular, everyday memories of Nigeria.
No, Albert Einstein never said this on Facebook: “Having an okro mouth does not mean you will be given banku to go with it.”
The global impact of the exchanges and experiences between China and Africa.
Lions and black people are not the same or even straightforwardly comparable. But it is true that something wants them both dead.
The Ma’Ati is a new digital storytelling platform created by Africa is a Country contributor Shamira
Facebook has decided my name is weird and hard and I have to prevent awkward situations by teaching my “Friends” how to say it.
Nigeria has gotten a lot of attention on this platform in the past few weeks, with
The photographic record of an academic conference which key question was "How is technology rooted in a longer history of African experiences?"
This tumblr focuses on reading, researching, and writing histories of intimacy, sex, and sexuality during Atlantic slave period.