Is Africa's Digital Revolution Under Threat?
A policy proposed by European telcoms companies that proposes changes to how the payment model for ICT services could be detrimental to consumers should it become widely adopted.
African Arguments, 2 October 2012
Back in the 1990s, before everyone had two mobile phones and Skype was still a distant dream, if you were an African living elsewhere, with a need to call home, you either made ... read more »
Africa and the ICT revolution.
This is Africa, 23 August 2012
Multinational corporations should not merely practice user-centric design to compete more effectively for consumers' dollars, but should look to benefit in the long term by ... read more »
SciDev.Net, 22 June 2012
Some may argue that the digital divide is dead, but a new gulf - the broadband divide - is impeding poor countries' efforts to develop sustainably, a meeting on the sidelines of ... read more »
SciDev.Net, 17 August 2012
The African Union (AU) has set up a high level panel of scientists to breathe new life into its roadmap for collaborative research, which was first adopted by science ministers in ... read more »
The attacks on telecommunications masts in some Northern states is causing the country to lose foreign direct investment and crippling cross border trade with neighbouring ... Read more »