Despite Controversy and Conflict, Uber Celebrates Four Years in Africa

Personal transportation service Uber, the poster child company of the global “gig economy,” has achieved many milestones on the African continent over the last four years, but not without significant controversy and disputes. From its corporate offices in San Francisco, Uber has established operations in eight African countries and acquired nearly two million active users…

What African Nations can learn from China’s Internet Censorship

  A number of African nations have been recently considering measures to take greater control of social media and internet usage domestically, and many of these proposals appear to be on the verge of censorship according to proponents of internet freedom. In comparison to the statutes enacted in China, internet freedom in most African countries is still far greater. Notably,…

AT&T Shape Conference Dazzles with Latest Tech

The entertainment industry hasn’t always taken full advantage of evolving technology in augmenting its endeavors. However, AT&T is attempting to make rapid changes to this matter; the company recently held its AT&T Shape Tech and Entertainment Expo at Warner Bros. Studios—an event that brought together over 10,000 attendees from the worlds of technology and entertainment. Showcasing the…

Tesh Mbaabu: Kenya’s Business Tech Wiz 

Kenya’s growing technological pursuits have coincided with a surge in entrepreneurial endeavors, particularly, among the country’s innovative youth. Tesh Mbaabu is a young Kenyan tech entrepreneur, having started several successful companies almost immediately after completing his degree in Computer Science from the University of Nairobi in 2015. Notably, Mbaabu’s ventures into the technological sphere commenced prior to earning his degree; having started Tesh Technologies Limited,…