A study by Opera and Worldreader also found that women are more engaged than men with content that can improve their lives.
From politics to the Project Isizwe castle: Meet the young woman steering the cause to get all Africans online
Project Isizwe’s new CEO Dudu Mkhwanazi talks about her plan to bring free connectivity to the masses.
The Girl Geek event will take place on the 08th of August 2017 at Lilliesleaf farm, Rivonia from 08h30 – 13h30
Think your internet speed is terrible? Check out a this tool made here in Africa that compares website loading times from around the world.
Twenty-six-year-old Dudu Mkhwanazi holds a Masters Degree in Public Policy Analysis from Université Montpellier in France.
Lillian Malange formed Rainbow Mosaic and Pottery, which makes beautiful decorative clay pots using an age-old methods combined with modern flair.
Musawenkosi Donia Saurombe recently made history when she became youngest woman in Africa to get a Ph.D without a single correction.
Google claims to advocate for diversity and fair practice among men and women in the workplace, but the US government disagrees.
Energy Esports has welcomed an all-female squad to its ranks and we spent some time talking to the team captain, Julia “Bish” Robson.