Technology

    Most Technologically Advanced Countries in Africa

    Most Technologically Advanced Countries in Africa

    Aside from the abundant human and natural resources, these countries have carved another niche for themselves. They now have inventors blazing the trail in science and technology.

      Why #DataMustFall in South Africa?

      The ongoing #DataMustFall campaign in South Africa has one aim: to reduce internet services charges by telecommunications providers in the country.

        How South Africa is using Surgical Interventions to Rescue Rhinos

        South African surgeons have operated on Hope, a rhino whose horn was hacked by poachers. The surgeons, who are members of Saving the Survivors, hope that the wound will finally heal following the operation.

          How Rwanda Plans to Use Drones to Deliver Medical Supplies

          Zipline, a Silicon Valley startup, has partnered with the Rwandan government to deliver medical supplies faster and cheaper using drones.

            15-ton Computer to Provide Clean Water, Internet and Solar Power in Africa

            If a new Walty machine, a 15-ton multi-tasking thermal dynamic computer, is adopted by governments in Africa or telecommunication organizations, Africa finally could beat challenges in clean water, electricity and internet connectivity.

              A $2.5M Solar Power Deal to Support Green Energy Use at Icipe

              The solar PV plants will have a combined generating capacity of 1154 kiloWatt peak (kWp).

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              Is Science, Witchcraft or Is Witchcraft, Science?

              Is Science, Witchcraft or Is Witchcraft, Science?

              Much as witchcraft is highly not likely to be science, but beyond, science is considerably and arguably witchcraft.

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              Smart Thieves in A Smart Era: Is Africa Prepared for The World War on Cyber-crimes?

              We know that the most educated sinners do the most damage when a PhD holder in computer science develops a code to covertly swindle funds from one bank account to another.

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              Building “Green Brains” for a Green Environment: A Genetic Solution to Global Warming

              Who could have thought of a causal link between genetics and global warming? At this rate with which the world is moving, it's time to think outside the box indeed!

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              How to Transform Civil Engineering Technologies in Africa

              Life and civilians are not linear earthly entities and yet we Civil Engineers tend to solve their problems and challenges with a linear mode of thinking.

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              World, Meet Cyber, the New Bully in the Playground

              It’s time people come together and unite against cyber- bullying

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              The Cure for HIV/AIDS is With The African Child Who Loves School but Can’t Afford.

              Let not the mathematical formulae and scientific laws blind the Pharmacists and Engineers from knowing the unknown yet knowable.

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              Developing Solar Photovoltaic Deployment Knowledge in Africa: Learning from 'Pioneer Countries'

              Despite Africa's huge solar potential, the installed solar capacity on the continent is very low. How can African countries tap on the solar deployment knowledge of the 'pioneer' countries like the way Asian countries like Taiwan is doing?

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              Best Way to Control Traffic Jams and Accidents in Africa: Psychological Therapy

              The cause of the problem of traffic jams and accidents, is largely skewed towards the uncouth behavior of road users.

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              Look to Sweden? Lessons African cities can learn from Sweden’s approach to waste Management

              This article is a reflection on Sweden's waste management system, especially its waste-to-energy regime, and whether or not African cities can learn from it.

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              Mobile Loans and the Newly Amended Banking Act

              A critical analysis on the impact of the amendments to the Banking Act in Kenya on mobile loan products offered by banks.

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              Climate Change: The Death of an Era and the Dawn of an Error

              When all is said and done, the success of the war against climate change hinges on political will, both at national and international level.

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              Is Science, Witchcraft or Is Witchcraft, Science?

              Much as witchcraft is highly not likely to be science, but beyond, science is considerably and arguably witchcraft.