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The Ministry of Innovation and Technology (MINT) of Ethiopia and the Internet Society announced a new collaboration agreement today that will help advance the digital economy and drive economic transformation.
According to a recent report, 2,023,501 phishing attacks in South Africa, Kenya, Egypt, Nigeria, Rwanda, and Ethiopia have been detected during the second quarter of 2020.
Internet shutdowns are not unusual in Ethiopia. Since 2016 the internet has been shut down at least six times. In 2019 alone, Ethiopia experienced three major internet disruptions across the country.
When it comes to clean energy, research shows that wind energy systems are only economically favourable in the horn of Africa — Djibouti, Eritrea, Ethiopia and Somalia — because of the high average wind speed in this region of Africa.
African countries are among the lowest with regards to Internet speeds but they have the most expensive telecommunications and Internet costs.
AfriLabs, the largest pan-African network of technology and innovation hubs has admitted 20 new hubs to its network. This expands the AfriLabs membership strength to an amazing 174 hubs in 45 countries across all the regions of Africa.