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19.09.2017

The Namibia Internet Governance Forum (NamIGF)

The Namibia Internet Governance Forum (NamIGF) is a multi-stakeholder forum that engages...


12.09.2017

Communication Strategies for Development and Social Change

fesmedia Africa, the Sub-Saharan media project of the Friedrich-Ebert-Stiftung, invited...


19.09.2017

Celebrating Universal Access to Information Day

This year SAHA is participating in two big events hosted on 28 September, Universal...


19.09.2017

CPJ to release report on Cameroon's press freedom crackdown

New York, September 15, 2017--The Committee to Protect Journalists will release its...


Mobiles alters the digital divide - but to what extent?

The high cost of data, digital literacy and old technology on mobile phones continue to hamper the closing of the digital divide on the African continent. A new discussion about the digital divide is needed to address urban/rural divisions, so that, when we talk of closing the gap due to widespread use of mobile we need to look closely at what kind of access marginalized groups have.
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Internet for the poor

Why don’t most South Africans use the Internet? The most common answers, if you ask them, are: a lack of access (to devices like computers or smart phones, and to networks that you need to connect), not knowing how to use the Internet and the costs of using it.
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