Thabo Molefe, director for legal Information and compliance from Nexis Lexis South Africa, delivers his views on technology as a tool for human rights at the Pan-African Parliament. Photo: Ofentse Ditlopo
The Pan-African Parliament held their fifth Africa Colloquium of Legal Counsel to Parliaments event to explore the use of technology as a means of ensuring the parliament and many others across the continent move with the Internet revolution for effectiveness.
Delegates and people in the industry of law and business gathered at the PAP chamber on 29 October to discuss the future of parliament in the technological age.
Candidate and researcher at the Centre for Human Rights at the University of Pretoria, Marystella Simiyu said that technology has become a part of empowerment into our social lives, adding that many people use the same platforms to communicate with people across…