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Tutorys, a new social learning platform, is bringing ICT skills to Africa using online video tutorials.
African nations are rapidly going online. We anticipate positive developments with definite challenges in execution for 2013.
Local entrepreneurs in Northern Region, Ghana are receiving computer training to help them grow their businesses.
Recently, officials from private schools in Uganda were trained on ICT in Kampala. A report from NTV Uganda underlines the need for government to emphasis ICT skills training. Points include:
Uganda has the 2nd youngest population in the world after Niger – almost 50% under age 15
Research shows correlation between broadband …
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 …
The success of the Internet, above everything else, hinges on public interest, which is tied to literacy. A lack of literacy often translates to a lack of interest in computing. The multi-cultural nature of African societies has long posed a challenge for computer use. For example, South …