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OA News: May 1-4, 2011

May 4, 2011  »  NewsNo Comment
  1. Nations Call for ICTs to Tackle Disease {SciDev via allAfrica}
  2. African leaders bid to improve governance through ICT {Vanguard}
  3. Rwanda to lead EA health labs networking {The East African}
  4. American technology giants eye Africa’s talent pool and market to bolster growth {Business Daily}
  5. Jonathan’s Victory At Poll Hinged On Use of ICT {Daily Independent via}
  6. Broadband market set to boom {ITWeb}
  7. OGOV Roundtable Discussion #6 – African Writing and The Internet (Part One) {One Ghana One Voice}
  8. Internet fraud costs Kenyan banks Sh3bn {Daily Nation}
  9. Africa fibre boom continues {TechCentral}
  10. Bharti to tap into youth market to drive African 3G {Mobile Business Briefing}
  11. Google Invests in African Internet Expansion for Future Revenue {Businessweek}
  12. Rwandatel to Offer Fixed-Line and Internet After Losing Its Mobile License {Bloomberg}
  13. Main One, Seacom in capacity agreement for internet services {BusinessDay}
  14. Youtube’s Worldview to Host Kagame {The New Times via}
  15. Zimbabwe: ICT Centre Launched {The Herald via}