Multiple device usage when engaging with content has caused increased pressure on traditional media, where traditional platforms now need to innovate and gather insights faster than ever.
Facebook is now almost pervasive, in use by 97% of brands, from 91% the year before. Twitter has increased marginally, from 88% to 90%, while LinkedIn and Instagram continued their relentless rise, now both standing at 72%. YouTube has fallen slightly behind them, despite a marginal rise to 68%.
Google Africa has ramped up its skills programme and aims to train 1,000,000 Africans in digital skills over the next year. Luke Mckend, Google SA Country Director, talks about why it is important for Africans to be not just digitally literate, but digitally proficient.
Ornico and the Gordon Institute of Business Science (GIBS) announced today that would launch an annual publication called Open Africa on Thursday 08 September 2016 at 17h30 at GIBS.
The Future By Design speaks to Luke Mckend – of Google – about how the mega-brand thinks about the future of Africa and its future in Africa.
Cukia aka “Sugar” Kimani, of game design company, Soup With Bits takes a shot at predicting the future of games in South Africa.
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