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The second edition of the Africa Internet Summit (AIS) was held in Djibouti in early June 2014 under the theme “Beyond connection: Internetworking for African Development.”
Five Internet Society programs that expand Internet use will reach South Africa, Ghana, Cameroon, Rwanda, and Nigeria.
At least four ISOC programs that expand Internet use will reach Zimbabwe, Somalia, Mali, Nigeria.
Brief snapshots of how African Internet Society (ISOC) chapters are teaching Internet standards and practices.
A summary of broadband data from the quarterly Akamai State of the Internet report as it relates to Africa.
Barcamp Benin, “new colonialism”, IPv6 Day, MTN growth, new cybercafe business model, mHealth reports, women in tech on the rise, Visa enters m-banking, ITU report