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The Kuyu Project: A new digital literacy initiative
June 25, 2010 ♦ Education & Web
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If you’re keen on searching for African ICT terms on Twitter every day, then you may well be aware of a new website: The Kuyu Project. The site went live this past week (it was only registered on June 1st) and already has a mission statement, a blog (which is …

OA News: June 23, 2010
June 23, 2010 ♦ News
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WACS overview, is China colonialist or neo-mercantilist?

OA News: June 22, 2010
June 22, 2010 ♦ News
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SA broadband caps, possible WiBro network, Rwanda: gov’t vs. private, how does ICT really contribute to GDP?

OA News: June 15-16, 2010
June 16, 2010 ♦ News
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Activism, Office 2010, ACE cable in Liberia, Malawis WiMAX, mobile apps in E. Africa, M-Pesa via Economist

World Cup to showcase video streaming capabilities
June 13, 2010 ♦ Broadband
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Many folks are taking an interest toward the technical logistics behind the presentation of the FIFA World Cup in South Africa. Perhaps the most interest lies around the video streaming possibilities, especially via mobile. Until now, a large portion of mobile subscribers have been unaware of such developments. Furthermore, many …

Recent Twitter trends for African nations in the World Cup
June 12, 2010 ♦ Uncategorized
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So far, only two-and-a-half World Cup groups have played matches, which means that out of the 6 African teams in the tournament, only South Africa and Nigeria have played. Both Algeria and Ghana will play in a matter of hours, but Cameroon will wait another day, and Cote d’Ivoire another …