Africa

PROTEGE QV celebrates the 2008 internet day in Cameroon

YAOUNDE 6 June 2008 (PROTEGE QV for PROTEGE QV)


PROTEGE QV talks about the celebrations of the internet day in Cameroon. They were busy organising workshops, exhibiting new tools and helping young people how to find new jobs through the net.

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CICEWA Research Workshop

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Venue: TBA
Date and time: 
Jul 14 2008 - 9:00am - Jul 19 2008 - 5:00pm

African blogs on ICT for development

By Karel Novotný (May 2008, APC )

As part of its research activities, APC has compiled a list of African ICT blogs. Thematically, most of them focus on ICT4D issues, although some others deal rather with online journalism, ICT policy, freedom of expression, or other related issues.

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ITU Telecom Africa Conference 2008

Date and time: 
May 12 2008 (All day) - May 15 2008 (All day)

According to the organisers, “ITU TELECOM AFRICA 2008 is a major networking platform for Africa’s top ICT names to come together and focus on core issues relating to ICT expansion across the region.

The wireless school connectivity project... a concrete outcome

HARARE 22 May 2008 (Muroro Dziruni for Connect Africa)

The wireless school connectivity project is an initiative that has connected a secondary school in a poor township of Harare to the internet, using wireless technologies. The genesis of this project was a result of the wireless skills training workshop, which took place in Pretoria, South Africa in 2005 and was facilitated by APC. Muroro Dziruni of Connect Africa in Zimbabwe tells the story of how wireless technology can work in Africa, when everyone joins in and cooperates.

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We want you! A call for your (mobile) expertise!

JOHANNESBURG, South Africa

APC-member SANGONeT and MobileActive.org invite you to contribute your expertise to MobileActive08 to take place from 13-15 October 2008 in Johannesburg, South Africa.

South Africans against xenophobia, racism and tribalism assert themselves on Facebook

JOHANNESBURG 21 May 2008 (FD for APCNews)

News reports from South Africa are shocking. Violence unseen in years was unleashed in the poorest districts of Johannesburg, a city where APC counts four of its member organisations and many staff. From neighbouring Pretoria, Tshepo Thlaku of member Ungana-Afrika decided to act, using what he knows best: technology. He started a group on the social networking website Facebook called South Africans Against Xenophobia, Racism & Tribalism. “The group is growing fast like wild fire and there is a number of people from NGOs and church groups sharing contacts and project ideas,” Tshepo declared.

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The Case for “Open Access” in Africa: Mauritius case study

By Russell Southwood (May 2008, APC )
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