Internet users in Cameroon have once again taken to the streets urging their government to restore internet connectivity in English-speaking regions
Kenya’s electronic polling system could be jeopardised by a manual backup
The outgoing chair of the African Union commission, Nkosazana Dlamini-Zuma, expressed pride at the continent finally 'having a digital identity'.
Nigeria’s cybercrime's been rated the 3rd worst globally, namely for ‘419’ fraud but the term covers a range of crimes, more common in western nations
Cyclone Enawo has killed 38 people and injured more than 100 in drought-stricken Madagascar.
Even though online learning has finally come into its own in higher education internationally, East Africa appears reluctant to embrace it fully
It's been exactly 50 days since Cameroonian authorities imposed an internet blackout on Anglophone regions in the majority French-speaking nation
Almost half of all Kenyans can't afford to consult a doctor when they fall sick.
In a country where hunting wildlife for food is a centuries-old practice, the association with Ebola challenges habits.
The occurrence of tropical cyclones in southern Africa is increasing, due to sea temperatures rising as a result of global warming.
A series of educational events are being planned for this month's solar eclipse
Owners of businesses that rely on the internet say they are struggling and some have even closed shop.
In 2016 alone, there were 60 arrests of Kenyan citizens and journalists, many of which were due to posts on social media
In 2016 Zimbabweans used social media to air their grievances, criticise and eventually mobilise citizens to demonstrate against government.
Dr. Sea specialises in internal medicine and cardiology and uses short videos to offer information and advice
Emerging diseases on which the experts are keeping a close eye.
The growth in cellphone ownership raises the potential for mobile money to reach unbanked people, giving them with a more affordable payments system
The offices of Jamii Forums were raided by police on December 14, and multiple other staff were questioned.
Kenya's medical workers have downed tools, demanding the implementation of a collective bargaining agreement signed in 2013.