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Tuesday, October 3, 2017

August in Africa: Internet shutdowns, Uber Movement and funding


The African tech scene rightly receives much praise for its pace of development, but in some months positives can be outweighed by negatives. September was such a month. A multitude of African governments have been suspicious of the merits of bitcoin and other digital currencies, with Kenya receiving much criticism for declaring them illegal. Namibia followed suit this month. Another West African country cracked down on internet connections over the course of the month, following the move by the Cameroonian government earlier in the year. Togo blocked WhatsApp – not for the first time – in the face of anti-government…

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