How To Spot Fake Facebook Profiles

How To Spot Fake Facebook Profiles

Fakes are fakes. Easy to spot. Still, we often get trapped and connect with unwanted bugs on social media. Also, we are talking about real people whose Facebook account and profile seems to be fake even there is a gem...
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Pope Francis donates over $500k to South Sudan after failed visit

Pope Francis donates over $500k to South Sudan after failed visit

Ismail Akwei Pope Francis has donated 460,000 euros (over $500,000) to aid troubled South Sudan after his visit to the country was postponed due to security fears. The Vatican said on Wednesday that the amount will be used to finance...
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E-works Technologies launches travellers, exporters’ platform

E-works Technologies launches travellers, exporters’ platform

A NEW technology company, E-works Technologies, has launched a platform meant to address some of the challenges faced by travellers, importers and exporters across Zimbabwe’s border posts. BY MTHANDAZO NYONI In a statement yesterday, E-works Technologies sai...
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Ethiopia restores internet access after shutdown for exams

Ethiopia restores internet access after shutdown for exams

Abdur Rahman Alfa Shaban Ethiopian authorities have restored internet access across the country a little over a week after imposed a blackout, the BBC reports. According to the authorities, the blockage was to preserve the integrity of nationwide examinations ...
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Nust student invents smart bin

Nust student invents smart bin

SITHOKOZILE Ndlovu, a final-year computer science student at the National University of Science and Technology (Nust) has invented a Smart Bin to help fight littering and the emergence of illegal dumpsites which have become a common feature at most urban...
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Trump’s 100 days in office: The highs and lows for Africa

Trump’s 100 days in office: The highs and lows for Africa

Abdur Rahman Alfa Shaban Today marks one hundred days since United States President Donald Trump took over the reigns of office from the first African-American leader of the country, Barach Hussein Obama. Opinions were split on how Trump’s relation was...
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Africa’s top 5 female scientists awarded $20,000 each by AU with EU support

Africa’s top 5 female scientists awarded $20,000 each by AU with EU support

Abdur Rahman Alfa Shaban with AFRICAN UNION   Africa’s top 5 female scientists for the year 2016 were honoured by the African Union (AU) at its headquarters in the Ethiopian capital, Addis Ababa earlier this week. The winners were pooled...
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With a mobile app, you can now digitally report a crime in Kenya

With a mobile app, you can now digitally report a crime in Kenya

Kenya has gone a step ahead in crime reporting after it launched on Tuesday a free crime monitoring app that allows anyone with a smartphone to digitally report a crime. Kenya’s National Crime Research Centre (NCRC) launched the NCRC Kenya...
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Gambia’s government website ‘confiscated’ by proud computer hacker

Gambia’s government website ‘confiscated’ by proud computer hacker

Ismail Akwei The Gambian government website has been hacked a third time since the end of the December 1 election that ended the 22-year rule of former President Yahya Jammeh. As at Monday, the statehouse.gov.gm website had been taken over...
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Facebook ‘Fake News’ Plan ‘a Brutal Attack on Freedom of Speech’

Facebook ‘Fake News’ Plan ‘a Brutal Attack on Freedom of Speech’

Facebook is planning to cooperate with a team of independent journalists called Correctiv, who are expected to determine the compliance or non-compliance of certain news with reality. Earlier it was reported that Facebook is launching a fake news filter system...
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