Networked Readiness Index, the road is still long for Africa

The Networked Readiness Index is used by the World Economic Forum to measure the technological responsiveness of all countries across the world. Apart from a few exceptions, African countries continue to occupy marginal positions, even if progress is being made. The first sub-Saharan African country in the rankings is Mauritius, in 49th place. Lagging behind is South Africa, which has still recorded a significant improvement compared to the previous year, moving from 75th to 65th place.