Kenya’s finest digital-head, Mark Kaigwa, joins Musa Kalenga and Andile Masuku on this week’s African Tech Round-up for two glorious hours of straight-talk.

Using the biggest tech and innovation headlines from the past couple of weeks as a springboard, the trio chats candidly about everything from major broadband infrastructure developments to cyber security issues– touching on the implications of M-PESA’s imminent interoperability and even discussing the hectic politics of Africa’s startup funding scene.

Happy listening!

 

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