Data governance in Africa

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As African tech continues to advance, Lesly Goh and Buhle Goslar discuss why and how the private sector can step up in protecting African consumers from digital harms and offer recommendations for businesses looking to be proactive in data protection. Goh is a senior technology advisor to the World Bank; Goslar is chief executive officer, Africa region and Pakistan, at JUMO.

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