Black Looks - Including an African LGBTIQ+ Archive

Africa , Media, Social Media

Web 2.0: Made in Africa

Hash (White African) took the challenge and and as always came up with the goods in this case an excellent graphic of Africa’s Web 2.0 sites.

african_websites_500px.jpg

Clicking on the collage will take you to Hash Flickr site where each logo is linked to it’s website.

More innovation comes from African Path who will be launching a “dedicated business section” covering African Business and Technology news – The Cheetah Index. The site is currently in a beta version and will be formally launched on 26th November.

As part of our mission to fill the void left by conventional media in covering African issues, African Path will take an active role in supporting and empowering the continent’s young and progressive decision makers. Today, African Path announces the launch of a dedicated business section under the African Path network which will be branded as the Cheetah Index.

African Path will build the Cheetah Index into a leading online resource for Africa ’s current generation of decision makers. These will include managers, entrepreneurs, government officials, educationalist and other people who influence Africa ’s development. The site will provide breaking business news, profiles on African entrepreneurs and industry news while making it easier for business people from Africa and other continents to connect and network.

Tags:




1 Comment

  1. Thanks…I will spread the word.