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OA News: July 5, 2010

July 5, 2010  »  NewsNo Comment
  1. Nigerian citizens are extremely engaged in politics via social media:
    Nigerian President’s Facebook Account Reaches Capacity Threshold {Peace FM Online}
  2. Kenya’s Institute of Education secures a deal for computer software and hardware which will facilitate online learning:
    KIE takes drive for e-leaning a notch higher {The Standard}
  3. Capacity is selling for much less than through Seacom. A variety of factors have changed in the past year:
    EASSy will slash bandwidth prices {Balancing Act via myBroadband.co.za}
  4. The nation should expect deeper penetration of access in addition to better wireless technology/m-commerce:
    Gabon: Bharti to invest $100m in next 3yrs {Africa News}
  5. PBS Newshour looks at Dabba’s pre-paid phone business model in Johannesburg:
    Bridging the Technical Divide in Johannesburg {PBS}