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Regional Academic Network on Information Technology Policies

October 15th, 2017|0 Comments

On the first of June 2017 at the Africa Internet Summit in Nairobi Kenya, Research ICT Africa (RIA) and  AFRINIC officially formalised the coming together of the technical community and the policy research community in ICT. RIA and AFRINIC [...]

OTT – Threat or opportunity for African Telcos?

September 22nd, 2017|0 Comments

By Christoph Stork, Steve Esselaar and Chenai ChairThis paper analyses the transition from the voice and SMS era of mobile telephony to the data-only era, and the strategies that operators have adopted during this transition phase. Key drivers for the [...]

FROM DIGITAL DIVIDE TO DIGITAL INEQUALITY: The connectivity paradox

September 22nd, 2017|0 Comments

Alison Gillwald (PhD) Executive Director, Research ICT Africa, Adjunct Professor, University of Cape Town, Graduate School of Development Policy and Practice. Paper Presented at the Law and Development Research Conference: University of Antwerp 20-22 September 2017 In September [...]

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How Ordinary People Got Connected

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Bridging policy and technical research on internet measurements in Africa

On the first of June 2017 at the Africa Internet Summit in Nairobi Kenya, RIA and AFRINIC officially formalised the coming together of the technical community and the policy research community in ICT.

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Shaping the Future of the Internet with Gender Equality

Dr Alison Gillwald will be participating as a speaker and facilitator at the “Shaping the Future of the Internet with Gender Equality”, that will take place in Buenos Aires, Argentina, on the 10 Oct 2017.

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Beyond Access survey in
Ghana and Nigeria

In fulfilling its mission to fill-up a gap on ICT access and use indicators for evidence-based policy making across African countries, Research ICT Africa is in the 2017 round of household and individual survey.

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