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The 87-page Connecting Africa Main Report, launched by AfDB during the Transform Africa 2013 summit assesses goals set in 2007 and provides an updated outlook for African ICT development.
The number of Chadians (especially students and teachers) who don’t know how to use the internet is rather high. A study identifies the difficulties facing the sector.
Held 16-17 September, 2013, the fourth annual NigeriaCom event brings together hundreds of representatives from the mobile and telecoms industry. Panelists included members of Etisalat Nigeria, Nigerian Communications Commission, Airtel and other key operators with a presence in Nigeria.
Thierry Moungalla, the Minister of Posts and Telecommunications of the Republic of Congo provides insight to the state of mobile adoption in Congo-Brazzaville.
Video is a great way to experience how Africans are accessing the internet. Top clips from June-July 2013 revolve around mobile and broadband.
Two stories from the past couple of days paint very different pictures about the intentions of MTN Swaziland. One is of a company dedicated to improving primary education. The other is of a company involving itself in a nation’s controversial politics.