Rwanda has opened its first public coding school where sixty selected students will begin their studies in software programming.
According to the latest figures from UNHCR, there are approximately 30 million refugees and asylum seekers around the world, plus a further 40 million people internally displaced within their own countries -totalling 68.5 million people worldwide. The global refugee crisis is
Africa has been gaining attention in the tech scene for a number of years now, but the excitement surrounding Africa’s technology prospects focuses on its potential rather than the current state of things. Africa is a continent to watch with
Rwanda’s first robotics boot camp has come to a close after a three-week programme designed to inspire secondary school students.
Tanzania is turning to drones in the fight against malaria in a partnership with Aberystwyth University.
Terms like artificial intelligence (AI), machine learning and automation are dominating technology discussions around the world right now. The pros and cons of each divide experts across a wide range of industries. Some predict a digital utopia; others the end
Small plot farmers in Kenya, Uganda and Tanzania are going digital with a new agtech platform launched by Mastercard.
Kenya has signed a deal with South Korea that will see the Asian country help set up a technology centre in the East African nation.