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3 ways Africa needs to adapt to the era of remote working

Power supply, internet connectivity and digital skills are three barriers to remote working for Africans Image: Andrea Piacquiardo for Pexels

Patricia Monthe

Founder and Chief Executive Officer, MEDx eHealthcenter

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Only 39% of Africa's total population had access to the internet as of December 2019, and recently connection prices have increased. Image: The World Bank

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