If you've been living under a rock—or off Twitter—the last few weeks, you might have missed the Twitter-Musk saga, which appears to be ending in the billionaire successfully taking Twitter private.
On April 4, Twitter broke when Tesla CEO, Elon Musk, became its largest shareholder. The story spread with commentators giving their take on how his involvement may change the company's trajectory for better or worse. As the Twitter-Musk saga is nearing its conclusion, we look back on the company's performance, the challenges it is trying to overcome and how it intends to capture the creator economy. But we particularly dig deeper into why it matters to Africa's creator economy.
Here is a brief timeline for those who are trying to catch up.