The Morning Call
Young post-colonial Africans are optimistic about the future of the continent, seeing themselves more as entrepreneurs than civil servants.
They demand stability and democracy, access to financial resources to launch their businesses, access to digital technology, and are not obsessed with colonial barriers.
48% of the respondents prefer stable governments to democracy.
75% believe that they can positively change their communities through their work.
79% think that Wi-Fi access should be a basic human right
67% say that “fake news” has an impact on their ability to stay informed.
Donald Trump, Bill Gates and Mark Zuckerberg are going to be the people t have the most impact over the next five years.
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