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In August 2013, the Government of Angola hosted the Southern Africa Internet Governance Forum under the theme of “Internet Governance as a Building Block of SADC Regional Integration.”
African network latency has been decreasing as redundancy has been improving. The result is more robust fibre networks.
Traffic graphs from major IXPs in South Africa, Kenya, and Egypt are showing substantial growth in bandwidth carried.
Internet exchange points (IXPs) continue to make local delivery more efficient and plans are in place to create many across Africa in the coming years.