APO and African Development Bank Sign New Contract for the Promotion of the 2012...

The African Press Organization (APO) (http://www.apo-opa.org) announced today the signature of a new contract with the African Development Bank (AfDB) under which APO will...

Chinese Internet, telecommunication companies reach out for ‘Online Silk Road’

More digital hubs will be established to cover more trade routes, paving the way for a global “digital silk road” As China gradually rolls out...

The African Union Commission Selects the Internet Society

The African Union Commission Selects the Internet Society for the Regional Internet Exchange Points and Regional Internet Carrier Workshops of the African Internet Exchange...

Ten drivers of cloud computing for South African businesses

While cloud computing remains a rather fluffy concept for many South African business people, local businesses are increasingly using cloud-based applications – many without...

Mozilla-backed research reveals main barriers to internet access in African countries

The research aims to understand, from a comparative perspective, how the citizens use the internet when data is subsidised and when it is not Rwanda...

African white space

While Africa is one of the most densely populated continents in the world, internet availability is still scarce in many regions, much to the...

The Internet Society brings African Peering and Interconnection Forum to Tanzania for first time

The event will bring together key players to address the opportunities in interconnection, peering and traffic exchange on the continent. The Internet Society (InternetSociety.org) will...

AU Launches Internet Exchange Point in Namibia: “Keeping intra-country internet traffic within the country”

The African Union Commission (AUC), through the Infrastructure and Energy Department, in collaboration with the Ministry of Information Communication Technology of Namibia today launched...

Project to connect 22 million S Africans to internet

By– SAnews.gov.za Durban – A new initiative launched by government and the private sector in Durban today will aim to connect millions of South Africans...

Hold on, Africa! Internet boom on the horizon

Africa's iGDP, the figure gaging the Internet’s participation in the GDP, is projected to climb to 5-6 percent by 2025, according to a report...

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