Top 10 Technology Blogs in Africa
Listed in no particular order, these are the top 10 Technology Blogs in Africa, These blogs were carefully selected based on a number of factors which include but not limited to level of traffic, the amount of investments made, where they are now and where we see them going (projections) & site authority
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Top 10 Technology Blogs in Africa
MyBroadband has grown to become the largest Iinformation Technology Website providing South African Internet users with a central vantage point for information on broadband services in the country. With 1 million unique monthly visitors, the website serves the local market with technology and business tech news, IT Jobs, IT Company reports, it also has one of the largest online communities in the country covering topics that include Telecoms, Broadband, ADSL, Software, Internet Security and Reviews just to name a few. Founded as a forum back in 2003 by Rudolph Muller (known then as MyADSL), the aim was to address the broadband and internet issues existing in South Africa at the time, since then, the site has grown to a full blown Tech news website serving more than 6 million pages every month.
Afrodigit is a digital technology and social media web property dedicated to tech enthusiasts, IT professionals, bloggers, designers and entrepreneurs. We constantly publish useful tricks, tutorials, tools and resources with special focus on emerging markets of Africa. At Afrodigit, part of what we do is to guide you through the web and provide you with some of those tools, resources, websites, apps and some of the best software applications that you’ve probably never heard of. We also provide you with all kinds of tutorials, tips and “How To’s” for Mac, Windows and Linux users. Our approach is to bring together all these elements to create a unique Africa focused content you don’t find available elsewhere in digital media.
Techloy is one of the leading source for technology news, opinion and unbiased analysis, Techloy provides analysis of web, mobile and social media trends within emerging African markets. The site is based in Lagos, Nigeria. Techloy has grown to become one of the most respected Technology blogs in Africa
TechCentral is an IT news and information resource website based in South Africa, the site provides reviews, news, and in-depth analysis in South Africa and beyond. This site is one of the most authoritative technology blogs in Africa
Top 10 Technology Blogs in Africa – Contd
Techmtaa covers Tech news in east Africa, the website features apps, gizmos, entertainments, events, mobile, social media and web not just in Kenya, Uganda or East Africa but the world at large
Bandwidth Blog is part of 24.com network, it is a technology news website publishing South African and global internet company news, the site features video interviews, office photos, hands-on gadget reviews and insight pieces. This blog has won several awards including Best Tech Blog at the SA Blog Awards. It was founded by Charl Norman
Another one from South Africa on Web Apps, design, development, innovation in CapeTown, an opinionated coverage and thoughts on South African tech
NaijaTechBlog, is One of Nigeria’s leading source for breaking technology news, ICT and general online informed opinions. The website was designed “to inform and to empower all Nigerians, Africans and the world to grow in their online businesses, professional practice, daily life events and also more importantly provide all solution to their e-problems” according to it’s founder Jackson Nwachukwu, it focuses on Tech News, Blogging and Entrepreneurship
Also on the list is HumanIPO is a community of people creating something new in Africa – starting businesses, investing in new technologies or joining startups, For those that have a startup, or one in the making, Humanipo is the place to post your pitch on the platform and they will make sure you will get connected to the right people.
This site was created out of the desire to ‘Put Africa on the Map,. It is about telling the stories of African startups, African innovation, African made technology, African tech entrepreneurship and entrepreneurs.