Africa month recently reminded us of just how far we've come as a continent. Sthe Shabangu of Samsung Africa, urges leaders and innovators not to forget what still needs to be done
Sthembile Shabangu 22 Jun 2017
Connected learning key to improving education in Africa, says Internet Society study
'Student Politics in Africa: Representation and Activism', edited by Thierry M Luescher, Manja Klemencic, and James Otieno Jowi, was launched recently
Exploiting mass media to affect change in behaviour in young people has paid off in the war against HIV/Aids, a study shows
Africa Code Week 2016, a large digital literacy initiative organised on the African continent, will run from 15-23 October, with thousands of free coding workshops and online training
GeoPoll the Global Entrepreneurship Network and the U.S. State Department released a survey of 1,000 business owners
Homecoming Revolution's London Expo will take place from 15-16 March 2014 and will feature a variety of exhibitors, guest speakers, workshops and case studies aiming to encourage Africans to return home.
The World Bank committed a record US$14.7bn in its fiscal year to June to support economic growth and better development prospects in Africa despite uncertain economic conditions in the rest of the global economy.
MAIDUGURI, NIGERIA: Nigeria's military commanders on Wednesday (19 June) banned the use of satellite phones in much of the north-east region after cutting mobile phone services as part of a plan to further isolate rebels in the area after a series of fresh attacks.
Dr. Judith Rodin, president of The Rockefeller Foundation, on Monday, 13 May 2013, launched a new foundation initiative that will focus on Africa's youth and employment, Digital Jobs Africa.
The University of Cape Town (UCT) has launched a three-year, pan-African study on how to foster youth entrepreneurship in order to tackle the scourge of youth unemployment on the continent.
NEW YORK, US: A survey of senior executives and talent managers shows future leadership and research & development are hardest hit.