December 5, 2013

Africa's Transformative Digital Revolution

Jan Puhl, Der Spiegel

The Associated Press

In the space of 10 years, mobile phones and the Internet have changed African nations more significantly than any development since their independence from colonial powers. Now a growing group of entrepreneurs want to take things further.

Read Full Article ››

TAGGED: Africa

RECOMMENDED ARTICLES

December 2, 2013
Central African Republic a Case for Action
The Guardian
Boosting the international force in CAR for a limited operation may yet prevent the crisis turning into a catastrophe. more ››
December 2, 2013
Africa's Population Is Going to Explode
Rick Noack, The European
As Africa faces demographic growth of historic dimensions, hopes for corresponding economic development are high. But the continent is unprepared, and the recent economic improvements are threatened. more ››
December 5, 2013
Britain Up to Its Neck in U.S.'s Dirty Wars
Seumas Milne, The Guardian
The war on terror is now an endless campaign of drone and undercover killings that threatens a more dangerous world. more ››
December 2, 2013
Africa's Crumbling Center
Thibaud Lesueur & Thierry Vircoulon, NY Times
The Central African Republic was supposed to be a test case for the latest thinking on how to deal with fragile states. Given all this political, military and development assistance, it is difficult to understand why the country... more ››
November 30, 2013
The Truth of African Migration to Israel
Jerusalem Post
A simple misconception needs to be cleared up regarding Israel’s African migrant problem. While many human rights activists claim that they are mostly asylum-seekers fleeing persecution, the reality is that the vast majority of... more ››