Business Daily | by Amadou Daffe
Freelancing has changed the nature of how Africa’s workforce accesses jobs, shifting the source of job opportunities from conventional informal labour to digital and virtual workspace.
Covid-19 has greatly contributed to the revolution of the workplace, especially in Africa. Professionals continue to either drop the 9-to-5 jobs or add freelancing to their resume just to get that extra income.
This has played out in mature markets like Kenya, Nigeria, Egypt and South Africa, as well as in less mature markets like Ethiopia and Senegal, and globally…