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In rejoicing for Zero rated content, Facebook & WhatsApp bundles, let’s worry about net neutrality
Is Zimbabwe missing out on Africa’s growth wave?
The Internet Hall of Fame: Are these the top internet companies in Africa?
Liquid Telecom to spend US $200m in fibre rollout in the next 18 months
African tech startups: obvious problems, clone entrepreneurship and not caring
Are we finally kissing goodbye to ridiculously expensive roaming charges?
Local content: African pirates translating Hollywood movies into local languages
Random thoughts on the state of technology in Africa
Press release: StartupBus Africa: Five-Day Hackathon from Harare to Cape Town
Cape to Cairo: Econet founder Masiyiwa shares dreams of fibre expansion
Nigeria’s Spark incubator raises 2 million to invest in local startups
Maybe it will take new generations to embrace the internet
Broadband in Zimbabwe: The Liquid Telecom fibre network map (July 2013)
Now you can actually start using Microsoft’s Office 365 in Zimbabwe
WeChat: With 195m active monthly users, the WhatsApp rival looks to Africa
Zambia to host African Internet Summit
Why more people should use scooters in Harare
Microsoft wakes up to new Africa, reacts with youth empowerment initiative
CABS & mobile money; An interview with managing director, Kevin Terry
Why not use Free and Open Source Software
Fellow Africans, if you want to be called developers, start writing code
US offers African tech women Silicon Valley mentorship
Is starting a tech startup just too costly for us?
An ICANN initiative to improve internet naming in Africa
Predictably, developing countries register highest mobile growth globally
The problem with grant and challenge funded entrepreneurship
Mobile services startup AppleVine introduces new DStv payment method
Kenya to Switch Off Counterfeit Phones
A technological call to arms – let’s imitate to progress
Top 9 mobile web browsers in Africa. Opera and Nokia on the decline