Where is Africa’s digital media landscape headed?

Open talks about social media trends and more

About The Event

On Friday, October 15, TechCabal’s Editor-In-Chief, Adegoke Oyeniyi will discuss the progress, promises and pain points of digital media in Africa with Ciku Kimeria, Africa Editor at Quartz and Fadekemi Abiru, Editor-In-Chief at Stears Business. The three will talk about what has worked and what needs to be improved upon in the industry, its role in supporting innovation on the continent, and how to chart a path forward.

About our speakers:
Ciku is a long-time contributor to Quartz Africa and has authored almost 40 articles for the site, on topics as wide-ranging as the perils of traveling with an African passport to the optimism inspired by Africa’s first NFT art collections.

Fadekemi Abiru is the Editor-In-Chief at Stears Business. She is a development economist who previously worked for the UK government where she provided economic analysis on regional development, international trade analysis and the government’s response to the Covid-19 pandemic.

What to Expect?

As an attendee, you’ll get to ask Ciku and Fadekemi pertinent questions in an interactive session. The event is open to experienced and aspiring players in digital media as well as everyone else who is playing in the African technology industry.

This interview series is part of our TechCabal Live virtual event series which features experienced players in Africa’s tech ecosystem sharing insights and experiences about topical issues. It is part of our work to provide insight and thoughtful guidance to the industry.


Oct 15, 2021: 10:00 - 15:00
Organizer TechCabal
Website Visit website
Location Online
Targets Africa
Sectors Creative, media and entertainment, Information technology, Media production, New media