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OA News: November 18, 2009

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  1. Other nations can learn from the tech push SA has made for the 2010 World Cup:
    South Africa’s Infrastructure Lesson (Opinion) {Gov Tech}
  2. How far can ISPs go when monitoring what files traverse their lines?
    Is your online activity being monitored? {}
  3. Some users will get a high bandwidth trial:
    Telkom 8 Mbps ADSL trial in full swing {}
  4. Only 2% of South African Internet connections are through broadband:
    Govt sees ‘tremendous potential’ for broadband growth {Engineering News}
  5. A look at how Botswana fared in the recent World Bank report:
    Africa has the weakest infrastructure – World Bank {Botswana Gazette}
  6. An optimistic press release from Software Accpac:
    Opportunities abound {ITWeb}
  7. An update on Ghana’s ICT progress:
    Key ICT projects to improve economy – Dr Duffuor {Peace FM Online}
  8. An additional 700km redundancy cable is now in place
    KDN Rolls Out Alternative Fibre Cable {Business Daily via allAfrica}
  9. Some mobile users weren’t aware of extra mobile bandwidth fees:
    Download Drama Strikes At Telecom {The Namibian via allAfrica}
  10. A tertiary school in Nigeria has received 100 computers, ICT facilities, and broadband connection:
    USPF Donates Computers, ICT Centre to College {This Day via allAfrica}
  11. A lengthy article that looks at the broad picture of ICT diffusion:
    Connecting Region Via ICT Diffusion {Daily Champion via allAfrica}

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