Twitter Lite.
Twitter Lite now available in over 45 countries

Twitter announced on Monday, 13 August 2018 that it has expanded Twitter Lite to 21 more countries including five countries in Africa. The company also revealed that Lite now supports push notifications and threaded Tweets.

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Vera Songwe, ECA executive secretary.
Ensuring all African businesses benefit from AfCFTA, Agenda 2030

ADDIS ABABA, Ethiopia - The United Nations Economic Commission for Africa (ECA) is promoting the use of disruptive technologies to enhance financial and digital inclusion in Africa and ensure that even SMEs can take advantage of AfCFTA and benefit from Agenda 2030, as well as Agenda 2063.

1 day ago

Fak'ugesi Digital Africa Residency expanded
Fak'ugesi Digital Africa Residency expanded

'Tap your Africa Source Code' is the theme of the Fak'ugesi African Digital Innovation Festival this year and will focus on bringing important African visions and futures, by tapping into the sources of African tradition and culture alongside technology, creativity and innovation.

1 day ago

Media deal to increase brand exposure for African rugby
Media deal to increase brand exposure for African rugby

The APO Group and Kwesé Sports have announced a strategic alliance to promote rugby across Africa and the globe. The partnership means increased exposure for African rugby as teams compete to join the world's elite at the 2019 Rugby World Cup,

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Toussaint Alain, African Daily Voice CEO.
New pan-African news agency launched

MALABO, Equatorial Guinea - The new African Daily Voice (ADV) news agency, launched by the African Daily Voice Group, will provide comprehensive coverage in text, photo, video and computer graphics of African news from 10 news desks on the continent.

2 days ago

Watch out Trump, China is taking Africa from under your nose
Watch out Trump, China is taking Africa from under your nose

Look out Donald Trump, while you're not watching, China is quietly stealing a continent from you. And India may not be far behind.

By David A. Andelman 3 days ago