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Project Isizwe is bringing free Wi-Fi to the City of Tshwane in South Africa – and people are using it
February 24, 2014 ♦ 2 Comments
Project Isizwe is bringing free Wi-Fi to the City of Tshwane in South Africa – and people are using it

Project Isizwe, an ambitious project to bring free Wi-Fi to the City of Tshwane Metropolitan Municipality in South Africa, has seen enormous user growth since launching in 2013.

2013 African ICT news recap
January 5, 2014 ♦ One Comment

In 2013 we came across exactly 4,266 newsworthy articles, stories, posts, and features on African Internet progress. Many provided only a quick update, but just as many gave an in-depth look into how Africans are engaging with technology.

Lack of electricity, internet access, tools, and training hinder rural ICT in education efforts
November 26, 2013 ♦ No Comment
Lack of electricity, internet access, tools, and training hinder rural ICT in education efforts

A year-long study at four Ericsson Connect To Learn schools in rural Kenya and Uganda confirms many known challenges faced by remote schools.

OA News: September 7-13, 2013 (General Africa)
September 13, 2013 ♦ No Comment

Part two of this week’s African tech news round-up consists of 30 stories about how technology is changing Africa.

African e-content vies for World Summit Award
August 21, 2013 ♦ No Comment
African e-content vies for World Summit Award

The World Summit Award is a global initiative within the UN Framework. It awards outstanding local e-content and promotes it at a global level. 14 African nations are represented in 2013.

Report stresses need for African public, private, and social cooperation to build ICT ecosystem
June 16, 2013 ♦ No Comment
Report stresses need for African public, private, and social cooperation to build ICT ecosystem

Dalberg Global Development Advisors, with support from Google, surveyed more than 1,300 businesses in Senegal, Ghana, Kenya, and Nigeria as part of the April 2013 “Impact of the Internet in Africa” report.