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We are welcoming you to the live platform of Africa4All (www.africa4all.net), where we hope to facilitate a genuine dialogue between citizens and parliamentarians within the African context.
The Africa4All project aims to create a new relationship between Members of the Parliaments (MPs) and citizens, by providing an innovative open-source software solution, methodology and training in order to help African Parliaments improve the quality, transparency and efficiency of their work and provide a mechanism for interaction with citizens.
Simultaneously, the citizens will be provided with a means to become familiarized and involved with the everyday functioning of democratic decision making processes.
The purpose that the project thus aims to achieve is to educate and strengthen the capacity and knowledge of MPs.
You can finally download Apple Music onto your Android handset or tablet: the app is finally available on Google's Play Store today. It's available in most regions, though not China, and there are some features missing on Android that are available on the iOS version - most notably, music videos...
If you thought the Infinix Hot4 design is good, wait till you get our hands on the Infinix NOte3 Phablet, which was launched unto the Ugandan market through a partnership with Kilimall. DESIGN This Phablet comes with a 6-inch display, making it  a really a big smartphone. It is a slim device with metallic body...
1058 hopefuls from over 200,000 applicants have been selected as candidates to begin human life on Mars in 2025. The Dutch non-profit organisation Mars One hopes to build a community of human settlement on Mars using today's existing technologies. Mars One’s mission plan integrates components that are well tested and readily...
Earlier in May, Microsoft revealed that its digital assistant Cortana would be coming to Android and iOS, however, a beta of Cortana for Android has been leaked courtesy of Finnish site SuomiMobiili and is already being reuploaded to repositories like APKMirror. Microsoft believes the leak was through the Windows Insider...
Liquid Telecom Uganda, part of the leading pan-African telecoms group Liquid Telecom, has today announced a partnership with tech-incubation hub; the Innovation Village where they are to support local based startup with high speed internet and cloud-based services. Liquid Telecom Uganda formally known as Infocom, will work alongside innovation village...

Telecom giant Nokia is evidently going through a bad patch, especially with its shares hitting their all time low. This is leading to speculations that the Finnish handset maker may be acquired by Microsoft. Nokia, which used to be the top companies in the mobile telecom equipment saw its share price drop down to 2.20 euros lately.

A recently disclosed NSA document from Edward Snowden revealed that the agency has had an inside view of North Korea’s hacking capabilities since 2010, reports The New York Times. By tunneling into Chinese networks used for wider connectivity by North Korea more than four years ago, the NSA was able to...
New Jersey residents displaced by Superstorm Sandy will be allowed to vote in Tuesday's elections via e-mail or fax, the first time civilians in the state have been allowed to vote remotely. Despite some security concerns, the state announced the change to make it easier for voters who may have been forced...
Rachel Bloom became the first YouTube star to win a Golden Globe on Sunday for her CW show Crazy Ex-Girlfriend. The comedy, which debuted on The CW in October of 2015, follows a Manhattan lawyer named Rebecca Bunch (Bloom) who impulsively moves across the country to where her old camp...