Category archives for: Internet

Africa Code Week 2017 Empowers 1.3 Million Young Africans

Johannesburg, South Africa, December 5, 2017-/African Media Agency (AMA)/- With an ambitious target of training half a million African youth between 18 and 25 October, Africa Code Week again this year exceeded all expectations by empowering 1.3 million youth across 35 countries with basic coding skills.

Surfline Debunks Media Reports Of Its Acquisition By Vodafone

Accra, December 4, 2017//-The CEO of Surfline Communication, David Rottmayer said recent media reports that Vodafone is making moves to acquire Surfline is false.

Gov’t: Co-share Broadband Infrastructure to Reduce Internet Cost

Accra, November 30, 2017//-Ghana’s Minister of Communications, Mrs Ursula Owusu Ekuful has asked broadband and telecom companies to develop a broadband infrastructure code to enable them to co-share broadband infrastructure in the country.

Can Ghana Attain Blockchain Economy Status?

Accra, November 24, 2017//-How fast is Ghana adopting modern technology concepts and practices? How well are Ghanaian companies and citizens able to shift their lives and operations from manual, paper-based processes and practices into the realm of computing and digital platforms?

Social Entrepreneurs Urged to Use Tech To Boost Their Businesses

Accra, November 23, 2017//-The Chief Operating Officer (COO) at Global Media Alliance Broadcasting Company (GMABC), Melanie Botha, has urged young and upcoming social entrepreneurs to use technology in every thing they do to boost their businesses.

Nov 30: Stakeholders to Dialogue on Revamping Ghana’s Broadband Policy

Accra, November 13, 2017//-Stakeholders in Ghana’s broadband communications industry would converge in Accra on November 30, 2017 to dialogue on how to revamp the country’s five-year old Broadband Policy.

Angola Cables: South Atlantic Cable System In Its Final Stretch

Luanda, Angola, November 7, 2017/ — South Atlantic Cable System (SACS), the first submarine cable system across the South Atlantic is in the final stretch of its installation between Africa and South America.

How Connected World Could Shape Africa’s Digital Future

Cape Town, South Africa, November 6, 2017/ — AfricaCom 2017 will be a landmark event for Nokia as it showcases how the company is shaping the future of technology to transform human experiences with effortless, simple and dependable technologies.

Africa’s Mobile Broadband Connections to Hit 1 Billion by 2022

Cape Town, South Africa, November 6, 2017//-Mobile data will be the main driver of growth in the African telecoms market, with the number of mobile broadband connections on the continent set to more than double over the coming five years, and rise from 419 million at end-2017, to 1.07 billion at end-2022, according to Ovum’s […]

Sex Trafficking Bill Gets Tech Firms’ Backing

November 4, 2017//-The internet’s most powerful companies say they will support new measures that seek to prevent online sex trafficking.

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