Post Archive for December 2011
An exciting end of the year for tech, telecoms, and Internet in Cameroon, Egypt, Ethiopia, Ghana, Kenya, Liberia, Mayotte, Nigeria, Rwanda, Sierra Leone, South Africa, Uganda, Zambia, and Zimbabwe.
Zambian ICT action, Zanu PF fights online criticism, iPhone 4S for South Africa, SMS ban in DRC, Rwanda spends two days discussing ICT future, fibre backbone makes progress in Central Africa, and more.
Intrigued by BizTechAfrica’s post “What Zimbabweans search for online,” we decided to take examine 2011’s Google search trends for all sub-Saharan African nations with available data (there are 37 of them).
YouTube portal for Nigeria, BlackBerry for Malawi, African apps, 4G, decline of cybercafes in Kenya, Sierra Leone elections & media, South Sudan ICT update
This week, Al-Shabaab turned to Twitter to promote its messages.
Malawi’s Internet costs have vastly dropped since the days of $100/month for a 20kbps connection six years ago. Still, the presence of a fibre cable does not mean immediate reductions in Internet costs for consumers. Due to Malawi’s landlocked location, the country must link to international fibre via Mozambique, Zambia, …