Daniel Mwesigwa

Daniel Mwesigwa

Total 48 Posts
Jack of trades, master of some. Contributor at iAfrikan.com

Facebook’s content moderation plans for Africa

Despite the small number of users, Facebook’s platform power and influence in Africa is incredible. As Facebook hires even more content moderators and institutes an independent board for content decisions, it only serves to show that they are rewriting their rulebook on their terms.

The Internet's final frontier

Some commentators have cheekily labelled Big Tech’s policy and corporate affairs office dotted all over the world as the new embassies and diplomatic missions of the information age. This is the final frontier towards establishing a new vision of the Internet.

The future of technology hubs in Africa

The future belongs to those tech hubs in Africa who’ll step out of the building to tackle inequality, diversity and fundamental social challenges.

HIV spreading faster than Internet access

The Internet now grabs the headlines in Africa, but the truth is HIV is spreading even faster.

Capital has no nationality

Capital is not patriotic, even some savvy African startup founders have domiciled their companies in tax-and investor friendly locations such as Delaware, Dubai, and Mauritius.

The West's unconscious bias against tech in Afrika

The West has an unconscious bias against technology in Afrika.

Betting on the Internet of Afrikan Things

The Internet of Afrikan Things   takes a different dimension. It sits at the intersection of electricity and Internet (just like its IoT contemporary).