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Africa Tech Trends is a column by Tom Jackson focusing on developments in Africa’s technology industry.
Facebook has announced that it has reached 100m monthly active users in Africa.
“Facebook has been a fantastic driver of data on mobile networks.”
A recent report highlights social media trends in Africa’s biggest economy.
Facebook might soon be providing internet access to rural parts of Africa through high-altitude drones.
An avid user of social media, Rwanda’s President Paul Kagame is pushing technological innovations.
Facebook is trying to grow its penetration on the continent by partnering with mobile operators and developers in Africa.
Social media is an extremely powerful tool with which to grow a business, but any campaign should be strategic and focused.
How we made it in Africa looks at how some of the continent’s hotels are managing their online reputations.
A majority of businesses have or are considering using Facebook pages to promote their companies.
Yesterday, Facebook set the share price for its first public stock offering at US$38 as the social networking giant made final preparations for what could be a record-breaking market debut.
Mobile operator Orange has launched a service that will allow users to access Facebook from even the simplest handsets.
People should ensure that their profiles on social media networks such as Facebook and Twitter don’t damage their personal brands.
The Democratic Republic of Congo is the African country that has shown the greatest growth in Facebook users over the past three months.
Data published by Socialbakers.com reveals that Africa currently has just over 22 million Facebook users.