Welcome to South Africa Raspberry Pi

By Nicholas Pescod – AfricanBrains It’s not a private investigator but even James Bond would be impressed with this little guy. The highly anticipated credit-card size...

Samsung Electronics Engineering Academy Graduates equipped for tertiary education and employment

Skilled school-leavers will contribute to Samsung’s goal of developing 10,000 electronics engineers in Africa by 2015. Today, the second class of the Samsung Electronics...

Samsung expands through Africa with smart technology

With a population made of entreprenual people with diverse cultures, projections by the International Monetary Fund shows that Africa will have an economic...

Will Mobile innovation make Africa the first post-PC continent?

A convergence of historical circumstance and an increase in innovative mobile applications may make Africa the first post-PC continent. Flickr/whiteafrican Low investment in...

Africa poised for solar lighting boom

As many as 120 million households in Africa will be living off-grid by 2015, creating one of the world's largest markets for portable...

Sub-Saharan Africa tech news in brief: 10–23 February 2011

Below is a roundup of tech news from or about Sub-Saharan Africa for the period 10–23 February 2011 New soybean varieties changing farmers' fortunes in...

South Africa: New CT scanners for Baragwanath Hospital

Pretoria - Two new multi-detector CT scanners are expected to be delivered to the Chris Hani Baragwanath Hospital today. Gauteng Health and Social Development MEC,...

Deloitte’s 2011 TMT predictions

Drawing on internal and external inputs from conversations with member firm clients, contributions from member firms' 7000 partners and managers specialising in TMT, discussions...

Electronics Sector

Electronic engineering provides much of the technological skills that bring other industrial sectors together. The applications are wide and varied, subfields of electronics include...

Sub-Standard Electronics Donations Fuelling E-Waste

The safe disposal of unwanted computers, printers, mobile phones, and other electronics,  collectively known as “e-waste”, is a growing problem across Africa.  The world...

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