Love the language of Africa’s Internet progress: “rising”, “accelerating”, “revolution”, “creativity”:

  1. “How The Semantic Web Can Boost Africa’s Fortunes,” Emeka Okoye, iAfrikan, Sept 2, 2015. {iAfrikan}
  2. “Microsoft’s redemption song in Africa: Catalyzing tech revolutions on the world’s least connected continent,” Lyndsey Gilpin, 2014. {TechRepublic}
  3. “The future of Telecoms in Africa,” Deloitte, Feb 2014. {Deloitte Blog}
  4. “African youth hungry for connectivity,” Jonathan Kalan, Africa Renewal, May 2013. {UN}
  5. “Building Africa’s innovation ecosystems,” IBM, May 2013. {IBM}
  6. “Scaling Internet-Based Startups in African Markets,” Will Mutua, Afrinnovator, May 2, 2013. {Afrinnovator}
  7. “How Bad Is Africa’s Internet?,” R. Les Cottrell, IEEE Spectrum, Feb 2013. {IEEE Spectrum}
  8. “How the Internet continues to sustain growth and innovation,” Analysys Mason/ISOC, Oct 2012. {ISOC}
  9. “The Role Submarine Cables can play in the Interconnection of Africa’s Internet,” Aidan Baigrie, SEACOM, AfPIF 3, August 2012. {ISOC}
  10. “Broadband Internet coming to Africa,” Michel Rogy, World Bank, July 3, 2012. {World Bank}
  11. “International perspectives for infrastructure development,” Dr. Tim Kelly, World Bank, ICT Indaba, June 2012. {ICT Indaba}
  12. “Public Private Partnership models for ICT investment,” Dr. Tim Kelly, World Bank, ICT Indaba, June 2012. {ICT Indaba}
  13. “A practical approach for public authorities involved in rolling out broadband interventions,” Desire Karyabwite, ITU, June 2012. {ICT Indaba}
  14. “A New Silicon Valley? Tech Hubs Spring Up In Africa,” Katherine Gammon, Co.Exist, April 2012. {Co.Exist}
  15. Akpan, Patience and Alozie, Nicholas O., Broadband Technology and Development in Africa: How Critical is Access? (September 25, 2011). TPRC 2011. {SSRN}
  16. “Africa’s rising information economy”, Africa Renewal Magazine, April 2011 (3). {UN}
  17. “Rise of African Content”, Nov 16, 2009. {MediaFlip}
  18. “Infostate of Africa”, Nov 13, 2009. {Appfrica}
  19. “New E. Coast of Africa Fibre”, Sept 23, 2009. {}
  20. “Speeding up East African Internet”, Apr 20, 2009. {Hudin}
  21. “2009: Is Africa’s Internet Revolution Coming?”, Jim Cust, Feb 19, 2009. {}
  22. “Africa: Internet Growth Accelerating”, AfricaFocus Bulletin, Feb 4, 2009. {AfricaFocus}
  23. “Africa’s Climb to an Internet Revolution”, G.A. Admin, Feb 7, 2009. {Global Advances}
  24. “The ICT Sector and the Global Connectivity System: A sustainable development overview,” IISD, 2008. {IISD}
  25. “Bisharat!” Last updated 2007. {Bisharat}
  26. “WiMAX in Africa: A New Frontier”, Sandra C. Lee, 2007. {}
  27. “Internet in Africa: A well-organised racket”, Frédéric Dubois, Sept 16, 2008. {APC}
  28. “ICT in Africa: Boosting Economic Growth and Poverty Reduction,” Africa Partnership Forum, April 2008. {}
  29. “New cable to connect eastern Africa”, Itai Madamombe, Africa Renewal, Vol.21 #3, October 2007. {UN}
  30. “A New Model for Rural Connectivity,” Al Hammond & John Paul, March 2006. {}
  31. “Changing ICT Rankings of African Nations,” Tim Kelly, SAJIC Issue No. 5, 2005. {IDRC}
  32. Wiring sub-Saharan Africa for Development,” Tokunbo Ojo, IJEDICT, 2005, Vol. 1, Issue 3, 94-107. {}
  33. “IXPs in Africa: Case Studies,” AFRISPA, AFIX Decision-makers’ Workshop: Session 2 2005. {Afrispa}
  34. “Africa: Internet Advances”, AfricaFocus Bulletin, Apr 22, 2005. {AfricaFocus}
  35. “African Internet Connectivity Evolution”, Mar 11, 2004. {TeleGeography}
  36. “Africa: Internet Creativity”, AfricaFocus Bulletin, Feb 17, 2004. {AfricaFocus}
  37. “Via Africa Creating local and regional IXPs to save money and bandwidth,” IDRC/ITU, 2004. {ITU}
  38. “Afriboxes, Telecenters, Cybercafes: ICT in Africa,” Mike Jensen, 2001. {}
  39. “Information Technology in Africa: A Proactive Approach and the Prospects of Leapfrogging Decades in the Development Process,” S. Yunkap Kwankam and  N. Ntomambang Ningo, 1997. {ISOC}
  40. “Bridging the Gaps in Internet Development in Africa,” Mike Jensen, IDRC, Aug 31, 1996. {IDRC}
  41. “Mother Earth Mother Board,” Neal Stephenson, Wired Magazine, 1996. {WIRED}