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November 23

  • Uganda: Househelp Caught on Video Abusing Child

    Observer

    After a video clip of a housemaid abusing a child went viral last week, the police has issued a statement explaining the circumstances related to the clip. Read more »

  • Rwanda: E-Umuganda - Development Through Voluntary Skilled Work

    New Times

    AFTER MONTHLY community work, umuganda, Rwandan youth that make up different ICT communities gather at kLab in Telecom House for an event they have named e-umuganda. Read more »

  • East Africa: ICT Stays At Rwandan Growth Path

    EA Business

    ICT has been chosen by the government of Rwanda as one of the key enablers that will achieve Rwanda's vision of economic growth and social development writes AGNES BATETA. Read more »

  • Nigeria: Banks Tasked On IT Investments Ahead of Traditional Banking Extinction

    Guardian

    IN order not to be caught unawares, banks in Nigeria have been tasked to become more innovative in their operations ahead of forecast that by 2025 to 2030 traditional banking will... Read more »

  • Nigeria: Insecurity and the Challenge of Deploying ICT

    Independent (Lagos)

    Recently, the Senate Committee on Communications took a swipe at the Nigerian Communications Commission (NCC) and other relevant agencies of government in charge of Information... Read more »

  • Nigeria: Moro Bans Inmates, Prison Officials From Using Phones

    Independent (Lagos)

    The Minster of Interior, Abba Moro, has banned the use of mobile phones in all the prison formations by the inmates and prison officials. Read more »



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