This scholarly book focuses on the relationship between information knowledge and technology concerning the Fourth Industrial Revolution. Technologies for digital transformation create the opportunity for Africa to bypass traditional phases of industrial development as the continent has done successfully in the past. Challenges addressed in the book are inequality, social justice, ethics, access and success, policy, infrastructure, and social justice. The book contributes to the ongoing discourse among scholars in Africa. It consists of 10 chapters where conceptual and field research is combined and written by eminent African scholars in the domain and therefore worth reading by college and university students, academics/faculty, and professionals working in the information, knowledge, technology, and development.