People all over the world often say that they can’t live without chocolate and coffee, but climate change could be putting the future of these staples at risk.
Global Learning XPrize, an international competition to create educational software for children in developing countries, announced the five finalists in the running to win a $15M prize.
Raila Odinga, Kenya’s opposition presidential candidate has accused hackers of breaking into the electoral commission’s IT system to manipulate the election results.
Ghana successfully launched its first satellite called GhanaSat-1, which was sent into orbit from the International Space Centre on Friday.
Africa has more potential and room for growth than anywhere else in the world — it’s under developed and ripe for investment.
A number of social and economic trends are changing the face of the urban landscape; one of the most prominent is the ever rising majority of the world’s population who are opting to become city dwellers.
Alphabet, Google’s parent company, with help from Spanish telecoms giant Telefonica, has provided internet to thousands of people in Peru for the last 12 weeks.
Budget airline AirAsia plans to enter the Chinese market, by setting up a new low-cost carrier in the central eastern city of Zhengzhou.
Nigeria is going to see some explosive growth in 4G mobile subscriptions in coming years.
Telecoms companies in sub-Saharan Africa have traditionally focused on voice and data connectivity but are increasingly expanding to offer wider IT services.
The number of mobile money users in Africa is still growing rapidly.