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The biggest failure of Africa after half a century of independence, is the complete collapse of its educational system. No African university, college, or school is listed in the World Top 100, or Top 500.
Everyone one is aware of the situation. Worried, parents try to find a place for their beloved kids in some colonial schools in Africa like theread more
The Climate and Development Knowledge Network (CDKN) is launching a new fund, focused on Africa, which will support the development and implementation of projects that encourage climate compatible development decisions and policies in Africa.
Initially the find will support two (2) innovation process awards of up GBP100,000 each, then may provideread more
“TruSpot streams the best of African music, videos and entertainment news”
The African music industry has experienced a powerful renaissance in the last decade, helped to a large extent by music channels such as MTVBase, Channel O and TraceTV, which have provided a voice for African musical talent. Not everyone has access to TV, but aread more
The African Union has quite an ambitious agenda to create in a near future a Pan African University of science, technology and innovation with the purpose to address the complete failure of most of the higher education institutions in sub-Saharan Africa.
Since inception in 2007, Africa Awards for Entrepreneurship has attracted more than 7,000 applications from leading African businesses and has given out prizes in excess of US$ 1.4 million to 25 leadingread more
Among the biggest hurdles South Africa faces is its multi cultural demographic and language barrier. With over forty six million people speaking in eleven official languages, it will be difficult for the region to create a centralized hub for technology. But not for long. In Pretoria, the Human Languageread more
In the begining of 2012, Forbes Africa magazine issued its top 20 list of tech start-ups in Africa. The magazine has several criteria in its selection in order for a particular startup to be included in the list. First of all, the startup must be in operation of not less than ten yearsread more
In January 2012, an East African regional competition sponsored by the United States Department of State, Apps 4 Africa has been designed to draw attention to the skills and expertise of local developers and help influence the emerging power of mobile technology and its capacity to resolve some if notread more