Last September Yaounde obtained a $4.2 billion loan to lay fibre cables with connections to Nigeria, Chad, Central African Republic and DRC
‘Every single business is a digital business…even if it sells t-shirts by the roadside’, WEF Africa in Kigali told
When Google laid 800 kilometers of fibre optic cable in Kampala, there was a 3,000% increase in the absorption of internet
BATTLE CRY: Nigerians are better than Indians, and, certainly, than the retrograde Americans and Europeans. And it should get the hell out of oil!
Listen up Africa; space internet has already reached Earth – just that most of us aren’t aware of it
The satellites will beam the Internet down from the heavens and give all people—not just those in well-connected cities—high-speed access to the web.
Even with a similar level of government policies and “official” commitment to promote ICTs in a country, the outcomes can be wildly divergent.