Future of Work

How Africa’s digital acceleration can create jobs in a post-COVID-19 world

A restaurant worker holds a placard during a protest in Cape Town, South Africa, July 22, 2020. Image: REUTERS/Mike Hutchings

Elsie S. Kanza

Ambassador of the United Republic of Tanzania to the USA and Mexico, Embassy of the United Republic of Tanzania in the USA

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By 2025, the time spent on current tasks at work by humans and machines will be equal. Image: World Economic Forum Future of Jobs Report 2020

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