Too often in these monthly wraps we look at the negative side of tech in Africa, usually what governments are doing to milk the sector for all it is worth. Last month, however, we saw the potential for tech on the continent, and how if it is employed in the right way it can have really meaningful impact across a variety of spaces. ICT for development, or tech for good, was at the top of the agenda. In Niger, drones are to be used for surveillance to protect wildlife in nature reserves from poachers. In other good news from the…

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November in Africa: Spotify expands and drones protect wildlife
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