The pandemic did not necessarily herald an entirely new work style, but it “fast-tracked” the inevitable around flexible working, speeding the transition up by as much as 5 to 10 years.Read More The challenges of working remotely in Africa
Technology is evolving rapidly, allowing multiple ways for organisations to get, store and sell data on private individuals.Read More But I never asked for your services!
Can the creativity and innovation that is taking place across Africa be harnessed to help rapidly accelerate education progress?Read More Technology in African classrooms
Powers that once saw the African continent primarily as a source of raw materials now focus on “partnership” and “development”Read More Chinese Presence in Africa
The lack of technology policy and its poor implementation can lead to economic and political instability, and the effects of this are magnified in African countries with weak rule of law or high debt burdens.Read More Of the Rwandan technology boom
Africa’s youthful population is tired of waiting for dysfunctional governing institutions to improve and deliver on their promises.Read More The idea of African Unity: A pipedream?
Indigenous African religions contain a great deal of wisdom and insight on how human beings can best live within and interact with the environment.Read More African religion: Borrowed Phenomena
Write a running to-do list. This helps you focus on tasks at hand, and will become a visual cue to end your day. Be realistic with your list. Don’t overwhelm yourself.Read More Guard your mental health
People mention colour in a way which is not common in the West—‘darkness’ and ‘lightness’ are relative terms, marking differences of colour between people, even amongst family members.Read More Africa: Where Black is NOT beautiful
If you believe strongly in someone or something, and feel the world at large pays too little attention, it may be up to you to change the equation.Read More What does advocacy mean to you?