What happens when an epidemic comes to stay? How does the afrodiasporan community navigate today’s world, creating a self-sustaining eco-system that will fuel our livelihood continuously. Technology ? Innovation? Get into what our people are getting into today!
Facebook is building a massive underwater cable around Africa, in an effort to bring more of the continent’s 1.3 billion inhabitants online.The social media company has partnered with the likes of China Mobile, South Africa’s MTN, France’s Orange and Britain’s Vodafone as well as local network operators on the project, dubbed 2Africa.
Some of the world’s business giants are being affected even Amazon, and have suspended its operations until further notice. Affecting not only Amazon itself but the many FBA affiliates that earn a living selling through its platform. Many companies require staff to work from home, forcing companies to implement remote work policies overnight.
The documentary gives insight into the four-year journey of her Dakar-based label Tongoro and highlights the importance of local craftsmanship on the continent. In her new documentary, Made In Africa, designer and creative director Sarah Diouf, shares an intimate look into the journey of her celebrated Senegalese fashion label Tongoro.
Since the start of the current decade, there has been a significant rise in the opportunities of mobile app developers catering their technology to the residents of the Caribbean. Not only has it allowed for more developers from the region to build Caribbean-tailored apps, but mobile users locally have been able to access a huge range of applications from all over the world.