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A questionnaire given to over 1,000 people living in Rabat and Casablanca hopes to answer a few questions on Internet usage in Morocco.
The non-for-profit Women in Technology in Nigeria provides a diverse mix of resources to empower Nigerian women, youth, and children.
In rural Segbwema, Sierra Leone, nine computers are to bring Internet access to the 8,000 citizens.
Anat Bar-Gera, co-founder of 4G Africa, a broadband wireless Internet service provider operating in Cameroon, gave a short presentation at December 2011’s TEDxBayArea.
Mobile video & farmers, Glo-1 in Ghana, SA’s web/race demographics, Nigerian elections, .africa action, Africa’s business environment, and more
Opinion on Tanzanian digital divide, Liberia’s cloud vs. open source, Nigerian cyber-crime spreads, misc. ICT conferences