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African developers celebrated at Facebook’s annual F8 conference

Facebook (www.Facebook.com) celebrated the achievements and products of its growing African developer and partner ecosystem at its annual F8 developer conference (www.FBF8.com), held in San Jose, California, on 18 and 19 April. African developers shared the stage with Facebook and developers from around the world, showcasing innovative products and services they have created for their […]

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Launch of WikiFundi : aid for African editors

WikiFundi launched to help editors contribute to Wikipedia offline Cape Town, South Africa. 3rd February 2017 – The Wiki In Africa team is proud to announce the launch of WikiFundi at the recent Wiki Indaba held in Ghana. WikiFundi (www.wikifundi.org)  is an editing platform that presents an offline editable environment that provides a similar experience […]

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The Tech Revolution: Sage Sets out the Vision for African Businesses

Sage (www.Sage.com/za), a market leader in cloud accounting software used its global Sage Summit 2016, held this week in Chicago, to outline its strong commitment to future technologies, with a focus on new and existing initiatives that power business growth. At the world’s largest gathering of entrepreneurs and business builders, Sage CEO Stephen Kelly spoke […]

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No More Ransom: Law Enforcement and IT Security Companies Join Forces to Fight Ransomware

The Dutch National Police, Europol, Intel Security and Kaspersky Lab (www.Kaspersky.co.za) have joined forces to launch an initiative called No More Ransom, a new step in the cooperation between law enforcement and the private sector to fight ransomware together. No More Ransom (www.NoMoreRansom.org) is a new online portal aimed at informing the public about the […]

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