Google Pledges $1 Billion to Boost Africa's Internet, Startups

Tech giant Google has announced that it plans to invest U.S.$1 billion to support digital transformation in Africa, over the next five years.  The company said that the investment will focus on enabling fast, affordable internet access for more Africans, building helpful products, supporting entrepreneurship and small business, and helping non-profit organizations to improve lives across the continent.

 

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