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  • Africa: Four Policy Steps to Drive Technological Change

    SciDev.Net

    R&D is only one of several interventions to build Africa's tech capacity and innovation systems, says David Ockwell. Read more »



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August 07

  • Rwanda: Tech Entrepreneur Encourages Young Women to Venture Into ICT

    IPS

    Akaliza Keza Gara is only 27, but she's achieved much for women in Rwanda's technology sector in just a short space of time. Read more »

  • Africa: Go-Getting Cities Offer an Entrepreneurial Launchpad [analysis]

    The Conversation

    By Florence Karaba, University of Bath and Christian Stadler, University of Warwick Read more »

  • South Africa: Big Names Launch 100,000 Microjobs on M4JAM [press release]

    Waggener Edstrom Communications

    South African companies such as TomTom, 1Life and Telesure have partnered with new microjobbing platform M4JAM (money for jam) to make over 100,000 microjobs available at launch... Read more »



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August 02

  • Africa: Drones Spread Wings From War Zones to Disaster Areas

    SciDev.Net

    While lawmakers around the world struggle to keep up with the growth in the use of unmanned aerial vehicles (UAVs) - commonly known as drones - innovation and community... Read more »

  • Nigeria: Focus - Hello! Good Health Is a Phone Call Away

    This Day

    Vanessa Obioha reports on the recent launch of telephony service that further reduces the burden of illness and brings affordable medical treatment within reach Read more »



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