March 24, 2014
With more than 500 million users worldwide, Facebook has crossed socio-economical and cultural divides. It is gaining popularity in Africa with the country of Mauritius with the highest level of penetration out of all the African countries. More than 13.8 percent of the population has Facebook. This infographic takes a closer look at Facebook’s impact […]
March 5, 2014
This infographic provides a visual for the number of people that have mobile subscriptions in various African countries.
January 13, 2014
This report highlights the continued growth of mobile advertising in the Asia Pacific and Africa regions. Asia Pacific grew by 10% over the past 3 months to reach 18 billion monthly impressions, while Africa grew by 21% to reach 4.2 billion monthly impressions. This growth was largely driven by the continued growing trend towards smartphone […]
December 21, 2013
Infographic depicting smart and “dumb” mobile phone numbers on the African continent. Data from Informa Telecoms & Media. Source
December 18, 2013
The African continent is rapidly changing. In the next two years 2 billion dollars will bring 12 terabits of connectivity to the continent. Will africa become the world’s newest outsourcing hub? Will it foster it’s own tech and startup culture? The image explores the ‘infostate’ of Africa in 2009. Source
June 25, 2013
A humanitarian project aimed at enhancing food security in Africa, by working to develop cassava varieties with resistance to devastating viruses and deliver them to smallholder farmers. Source
February 26, 2013
Infographic for a GlobalPost series on pirates in Somalia. Source
February 16, 2013
This infographic provides a map of Africa and shows how much CO2 each country in the region is emitting. It also provides an explanation of what CO2 emissions are.
February 7, 2013
This info graphic depicts the shift of global Christianity. Source
February 5, 2013
How Gaddafi influenced the continent of Africa. Source
January 11, 2013
This infographic provides a visual to show which countries in Africa receiving direct foreign investment. By the size of the box, it shows which countries are receiving the most investment and which the least. It also provides a brief definition of direct foreign investment.
December 18, 2012
Imagine being ‘at work’, 24 hours a day, 26 days each month. While this thought would bring even the most enthusiastic workaholics to their knees, this is, in fact, a reality for truck drivers and transport workers across Africa and around the world. Couple this reality with limited access to health care and near constant […]