To Escape Poverty Speedily, Africa needs Robust Telecommunications Reform

A lot of what I studied when I was a young undergraduate student at Rhodes University and University of Cape Town, had to do with the field of information technology. How businesses, organizations of both public and the private sector, can optimize modern fast-paced technological sophistications to their benefit. By benefit, I mean maximized profits and business expansion.

Technological advancement has been the major driver of human development over the past centuries. Nations who rose from poverty to riches have done so because of the advances in technology.

Over the centuries technological advancement came in various kinds across civilizations. Globalization over the past decades maximized the benefits of technology all over the globe…..

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