This podcast explores relevant conversations around tech in Africa, from the perspectives of different stakeholders in the tech ecosystem, with the goal is to reaching people at various levels in tech; from the newbie trying to scale or pivot, to the tech experts.
Each episode of the podcast has versatile and experienced personalities who share valuable insights for a positive impact on everyone who listens.
Our guest in episode 8 is Elizabeth Oyange, a Kenyan intellectual property specialist. Advocating Open Access Through IP Law Elizabeth's path into the world of intellectual property (IP) began when she unexpectedly landed a job with the BBC in London working with the Global Brands and Licensing Department. She later returned to. her home country […]
Creating Platforms for Marginalised Voices: Esra’a El Shafei When Esra’a El Shafei was a teenager in Bahrain, she saw a migrant being mistreated. The moment was a shift for her, and she felt compelled to do something to help change the plight of migrants in the Gulf. Esra’a has spent her life building platforms for […]
In Episode 6, Betty chats to Islam Elbeiti, a renowned Sudanese cultural curator and bass player. Her journey to music creation began when her auntie gave her a guitar. As one of the few women who plays the bass guitar in Africa, Islam had to defy the odds to prove she belonged in this field. […]