TechCabal has consistently been the go-to source for news and information about Africa’s growing tech scene, including start-ups, venture capital, innovation hubs, and more. With our strong focus on in-depth analysis and reporting, TechCabal has become the trusted source for industry insiders and the wider public.
“TechCabal has been at the forefront of covering Africa’s tech ecosystem for the past decade, and we’re excited to continue to build on that legacy,” said TechCabal’s Editor-in-Chief, Adrian Ephraim. “We’re committed to providing meaningful analysis and reporting on the latest innovations in the African tech scene.”
In addition to our credible tech coverage in Africa, we’ve built a strong social media presence over the past decade. Thousands of readers engage with TechCabal on a daily basis across all our platforms, including Facebook, Instagram, and Twitter, where the platforms reach nearly 7 million, 2 million, and 6 million users, respectively. It’s a mark of TechCabal’s reputation in the market that so many people rely on us for timely and accurate information about Africa’s tech industry.
At TechCabal, we’re committed to expanding our coverage beyond Nigeria to becoming the leading source of tech news, analysis, and insights across the continent.
Our expansion plans will include the recruitment of correspondents and contributors across Africa, as well as the establishment of partnerships with local media outlets, tech hubs, and start-ups. We aim to provide in-depth and localised coverage of the tech ecosystems in different African countries while building a network of tech enthusiasts and industry insiders across the continent.
To celebrate our 10th anniversary, TechCabal has launched a series of engagements with our audience on Twitter Spaces. We talk to them about our work in tech journalism and how we pursue breaking news and dive deeper into the most important stories of the day.
We’ve bolstered our team of reporters to bring our audience the best coverage of the seismic shifts that AI has unleashed into the world and tracking the course of Web3 and all its possibilities and pitfalls. We’re assigning reporters to specific beats and regions to ensure you get the best reporting on topical issues across North, South and East Africa while consolidating our strong presence in West Africa.
Celebrate with us by visiting our website, following us on social media and subscribing to our newsletters if you haven’t already. As TechCabal looks to the future and our next decade, we remain committed to providing you with the highest quality tech journalism and being the go-to source for news, analysis, and insights across the continent.