• By Kunle Awosiyan
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    Nov 10, 2017
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    Guy Murray-Bruce (right) with two other participants

    Group Vice President of the Silverbirds Conglomerate, Mr. Guy Murray-Bruce was in Cape Town South Africa as a panelist as AfricCom 2017 marks its 20th Anniversary, which started on Tuesday.

    The AfricCom conference is one of Africa largest telecoms, media and Technology gathering. It is said to be the place to shape Africa's digital future.

    Africa Com has been running for the past 20years, this year’s edition was held at Cape Town South Africa dating from November 7 - 9, 2O17 where players in Africa’s media and technology met to discuss the continents technologies as well as the challenges and opportunity they present.

    This year’s topic was geared towards visions for Africa Keynotes - Accelerating Africa's digital revolution: the path towards industry 4.0

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