You shouldn’t miss these stories from the African tech space today:
Nairobi-based women-centric not for profit, AkiraChix has announced it is hosting a Geek Girl Festival for high school and university students later this month.
How would you feel if the president of your country pops in unannounced at your place of work? Surprised right?
The problem with getting more women in tech is that there aren’t more women in tech; so a group of female tech enthusiasts decided to do something about that. Five years ago, a group like this would have been inconceivable in Kenya, or even Africa as a whole. But we are a long time from […]
First of all — introduction. The modern workplace is still largely testosterone driven, despite the world being much less patriarchal than it used to be, say like a hundred years ago. And there’s not many places where the gender disparity is more pronounced than in technology.