Posts in City Profiles Category
Three recent academic publications analyze the Internet habits of 300 users in rural Macha, Zambia.
July 2012′s East Africa Internet Governance Forum heard two presentations from Burundi: one recapping Burundi’s recent national IGF and another from the telecom regulator.
Although there is plenty of ICT news coming out of the Democratic Republic of the Congo these past two months, most reporting revolves around the failure to capture access to the recently launched WACS fibre cable.
The untimely death of Guinea-Bissau President Malam Bacai Sanha is not likely to bolster Internet development anytime soon.
This is the seventh post in a series that intends to examine the ICT environment in metropolitan areas of Africa that receive relatively little publicity and lack ICT framework. These cities are often overshadowed by Cape Town, Johannesburg, Cairo, Nairobi, Accra, and Lagos but still have a bright future – …
Technology is alive in parts of Centrafrique (ie. Bangui), but media coverage is limited. For one, politics trump all other topics.