African governments must digitise to be innovative, inclusive and resilient
Developments such as AfCFTA reinforce the urgent need for governments to digitise says Ryno Rijnsburger, Chief Technology Officer, Microsoft 4Afrika.Ryno Rijnsburger
It’s time to reset the lens through which we view skills
We still have a long way to go before we reach a critical mass of digital skills to be considered a competitive outsourcing hub says Martin Ndlovu, Skills Programme Manager, Microsoft 4Afrika.
The race against economic inequality within emerging markets – a case for SMEs
It has been identified that SMEs are of overwhelming importance for developing countries, because they account for more than 90% of all firms outside the agriculture sector says Soromfe Uzomah, Head: Strategic Partnerships, Microsoft 4Afrika.
Kenya: Skills initiative launched to support local software development
12C AppFactory designed to skill up budding developers and provide access to first-grade jobs.
Microsoft 4Afrika launches AppFactory Academy in Ethiopia
Latest Academy added to list of eight already established in Africa.
OPINION: What does it mean for technology to be innately African?
Amrote Abdella, Regional Director of Microsoft 4Afrika says creating uniquely African technologies that add practical value to the lives of Africans is what defines technology that is innately African.
Microsoft partners with three African incubation hubs
CcHub in Nigeria, DTBi in Tanzania and AfriLabs are set to benefit from the agreement.
Former Tanzanian president to chair Microsoft 4Afrika council
Benjamin Mkapa steps in to help tech giant make Africa a more competitive global player.