The use of ICT in African societies may enable development as many job opportunities are offered. It is vital for Africans to take advantage of these opportunities offered by technologies to foster their development. The ICT4AD is a platform that brings together researchers, practitioners and decision makers to address African development issues. Papers are solicited on all aspects of ICT for development, including, but not limited to:

1. Indigenous Theorizing in the African Context

–  Indigenous theory for Information Systems Modeling

– Indigenous theory for Information System Management

– Indigenous theory for Process Modelling and Discovery

– Indigenous theory for Data modelling

– Indigenous theory  for Development Model based on ICT

– Indigenous business in Africa

2. Cultural Issues of ICT in Africa

– African Digital Entrepreneurship

– Digital and Socio-Cultural Identity in Africa

– Knowledge Management and Knowledge Sharing in Africa

– Regulation aspects in Digital Transformation in Africa

3. Social Issues of ICT in Africa

– Digital Economy in Africa

– Socio-Cultural Issues in ICT adoption in Africa

– Impacts of ICT adoption in Africa

– Critical Realism and ICT4D in Africa

– Social Media in Organizations in Africa

– Political Aspects in ICT adoption in Africa

4. ICT for Digital Transformation

– E Waste in Africa

– ICT driven Millennium & Sustainable Development Goals Implementation in Africa

– Big Data issues in African context

– Sociological aspects of ICT Adoption in Africa

– E-Commerce & E-Government in Africa

– Ethical and Legal issues in ICT

– Digital Platform Development and Application

5. ICT for Education (ICT4E)

– M-learning in Africa,

– E-learning in Africa

– Social Media driven Learning in Africa

– ICT and applied linguistics

– Philosophy of ICT in Africa

– The Role of ICT in the Teaching and Learning

– ICT in Chemistry Education

– ICT and the

– The Impact of ICT in the training of African Youths

6. Applied ICT projects

– Tax collection management

– Road safety control management

– Medicine management

– Learning management

– E-Health, Telemedicine, and Traditional Medicine in Africa

– Agricultural production

– Human Resource Management

– Money Transfer System