This paper describes the situation of a humanised future for Africa, against all the negative commentaries regarding the continent, and against all forms of dehumanisation, which would mean a situation of drastic humanisation. This implies the description of an ethical responsibility for the creation and invention of a future of hope. The assumption is that knowledge is the key issue here that can guarantee a future of hope and wellbeing. Knowledge should be the main focus and not poverty relief, the search for identity, or the information and communication technology explosion. For this reason the digital divide is posed as a highly questionable term; it is much rather a human divide than a digital divide. Not technics, but humans pose the problem. For this very reason humans should solve the problem. Humans are in possession of a unique capacity, a universally distributed intelligence, by means of which the problem of a divide can be solved. For a future of hope to emerge, human abilities and qualities should be mobilised in terms of noological dynamics, rather than in terms of technical devices.