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Social media blackouts on the rise in Africa

Africa has seen increased communication blackouts in recent times, especially during times of elections, protests and political unrest. Shutting down social media has greater repercussions than the temporary limitation of communication which governments have imposed.

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Africa 4.0: #OpenAfricaMag

Can Africa use the so-called “Fourth Industrial Revolution” to leapfrog into a position of technological superiority? asks Ornico CEO, Oresti Patricios
It’s the next era, the technological revolution that will change society as much as the invention of the steam engine did back in the 18th century.

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Starting up, scaling and acquiring start-ups in Africa: A night with Oresti Patricios

Tuesday 23 June 2015 – Sandton, South Africa. Ornico CEO, Oresti Patricios, will be sharing insights from over 30 years of entrepreneurship experience in Africa and talking about how businesses can stay ahead of the curve. This collaborative event between iAfrikan.com and Ornico takes place on Thursday 25 June, 2015 – at the Johannesburg offices […]

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