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#OpAfrica – Anonymous attacks government websites

Anonymous hackers have attacked Gabon government websites as part of #OpAfrica and #OpGabon in protest of the dictatorship in the country. Over 70 government...

Why are African governments criminalising online speech? Because they fear its power.

Students at Haromaya University in Ethiopia displaying a quasi-official anti-government gesture. Photo shared widely on social media. Africa’s landscape of online free speech and dissent...

Hypocrisy of the left with South African Farmers

For many decades, we have been taught and lectured by the leftists that it is absolutely wrong and immoral to take people's labour by...

An analysis of cyber security, ddos, hacks and defacements – #OpAfrica

An analysis of cyber-incidents in South Africa Brett van Niekerk - Honorary Research Fellow, School of Management, IT and Governance, University of KwaZulu-Natal, Westville, Durban ABSTRACT Cybersecurity...

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