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OA News: October 18-19, 2011

October 19, 2011  »  NewsNo Comment
  1. ICT Hubs: What makes them work… and not work? {iHub Nairobi}
  2. Incoming cables will break Côte d’Ivoire’s broadband monopoly {Developing Telecoms}
  3. G-South Africa offers training on web and mobile tools {Bizcommunity}
  4. Liberia’s elections map – one week on, with new features {Ushahidi Blog}
  5. Steve Jobs and Nigerian ICT industry {Sun News Online}
  6. Tech Explosion Springs Into Cairo {Huff Post}
  7. Google expands reach of Trader in Africa {Computerworld}
  8. Icasa’s delayed tone set to continue {MyBroadband}
  9. Make Use of New Media – Deketeke {The Herald via}
  10. Sudan’s parliament witnesses heated discussions over press censorship {Sudan Tribune}
  11. Uganda Telecom Ltd {BusinessExcellence}
  12. Despite service outage, Nigerians still prefer BlackBerry {The Nation}
  13. Online activism in Zimbabwe {Lowy Interpreter}
  14. Coptic Christians Publish Wills on Facebook and Twitter Ahead of Further Egypt Protests {Christian Post}
  15. Social media a new threat to the ICC {Capital FM}
  16. Zimpost’s internet cafes {The Zimbabwean}
  17. Internet Trends – Web 2.0 Summit {KPCB via Scribd}
  18. African Digital Media Being Affected By Low Internet Usage {World Class Communications}
  19. Social Media Popular With South African Youth {VOA News}