12 August 2014

Botswana: ICT Pitso 2014 "Unleashing the Power of Broadband - Enriching...

press release

The Ministry of Transport and Communications will hold the 5th Annual ICT Pitso conference on the 4th and 5th of September 2014 at Tlotlo Hotel in Gaborone under the theme "Unleashing The Power of Broadband; Enriching communities." The Pitso will bring together all stakeholders in the Information Communications Technology (ICT) Industry to harness the transformative power of Broadband for social and economic growth , and as a way forward come up with ways to facilitate the transition of the country to a digital economy through extending the advances in technology and enabling opportunities it unleashes .

The Ministry of Transport and Communications will hold the 5th Annual ICT Pitso conference on the 4th and 5th of September 2014 at Tlotlo Hotel in Gaborone under the theme "Unleashing The Power of Broadband; Enriching communities." The Pitso will bring together all stakeholders in the Information Communications Technology (ICT) Industry to harness the transformative power of Broadband for social and economic growth , and as a way forward come up with ways to facilitate the transition of the country to a digital economy through extending the advances in technology and enabling opportunities it unleashes .

Be a part of this Pitso and learn more about ICTs on September 4th and 5th at the Tlotlo Hotel. Register at here

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