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Under surveillance: Egypt, Libya, Tunisia, Eritrea (and maybe Zimbabwe)
March 20, 2011 ♦ ICT Policy
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For the first time, the Reporters Without Borders annual ‘Enemies of the Internet’ report doesn’t include an African nation.

Updated: African leaders on Facebook (March 2011)
March 20, 2011 ♦ Statistics
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This post is an update of December 2010’s list of African leaders with a Facebook presence. Of special interest are pages from Ivory Coast, Tunisia, Egypt, Libya, and Zimbabwe.

March 2011 African ICT News (K-Z)
March 17, 2011 ♦ News
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Fibre-to-home competition heats up, Namibia gets 4G, Rwanda’s fibre project nears completion, Zambia tax e-filing, & many infrastructure projects.

March 2011 African ICT News (A-G)
March 15, 2011 ♦ News
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Excerpts and tech snippets from Algeria (telecom goals), Burundi (infrastructure), Cameroon (mobile Twitter ban), Eritrea (Internet freedom), Ethiopia (tech city), Ghana.

OA News: March 14, 2011
March 14, 2011 ♦ News
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Zimbabwean ICT, Rwanda cable project reaches new stage, .africa and IPv6,

Points from ‘Africa’s infrastructure: a time for transformation’
March 14, 2011 ♦ Business
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Published in 2010 by The World Bank, Africa’s infrastructure: a time for transformation, although addressing the macro theme of infrastructure, relays a few interesting points about Africa’s ICT growth.