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Mauritius, located in the Indian Ocean, is geographically 300 times smaller than Madagascar – yet it outshines most African nations in terms of ICT usage and business environment.
All eyes have been on Rwanda this week as Kigali hosts 1,200+ delegates and 7 heads of state at the Transform Africa Summit 2013. Up for discussion between leaders, investors, and entrepreneurs are Africa’s future with ICT and how the private sector can spur advancement.
Idjwi island, located in Lake Kivu, Democratic Republic of the Congo is now connected to the internet.
A summary of the telecommunications scene in Cameroon as of December 2012.
African marketing, East African Internet costs, future of newspapers, 3 stories on broader ICT development
Not surprisingly, the concept of life cycle assessment (LCA) is not widespread in Africa (a bevy of information exists on the related subject of sustainable consumption and production, but more on that later). After all, the evaluation of environmental impacts of digital products and services is a daunting task. It …