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Steps and Issues of Privatization of the Telecom Sector in Ethiopia – በሚል በዶ/ር ሊሻን አዳምና ዶ/ር አሊሰን ጊልዋልድከተፃፈው የተወሰደ)ዋናውን ሪፖርት

February 15th, 2019|0 Comments

Authors: Dr. Lishan Adam with Henock Fantahun and Dr Onkokame  Mothobi After Access series Editor: Dr. Alison Gillwald Contact: lishan@ictfd.net and agillwald@researchictafrica.net The announcement of the privatisation of Ethio Telecom has generated much interest and have improved the prospects of a [...]

Addressing Cyber crime in South Africa – CyberBRICS fellowship

February 14th, 2019|0 Comments

Blog post by Sagwadi Mabunda  As the newest member of the Research ICT Africa team, I recently started a CyberBRICS fellowship which will soon take me to FGV Law Rio De Janeiro Law School, Brazil. During this RIA fellowship, [...]

Public lecture series 2019: Civic design for an inclusive African digital society

January 17th, 2019|0 Comments

Open public lecture: Digital Innovation Date:30 Jan 2019  Time:1700-1830 Venue: Linking House, 27 Burg Road, Rondebosch Join visiting Professor Gesche Joost on 30 January 2019 from 5-6:30pm at the Mandela School for an open talk on Civic Design [...]


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After Access:Assessing digital inequality in Africa policy series

After Access-Assessing digital inequality in Africa policy paper series 5 now available. The policy series covers country reports from South Africa and Nigeria as well as thematic papers on youth and micro-work.

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After Access: State of ICT in South Africa podcast

The State of ICT in South Africa: What are the issues of concern for South Africa in addressing digital inequality?Dr Alison Gillwald answers this as she chats to TechCentra’s Duncan McLeod.

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After Access data website

AfterAccess is a catalyst for positive change: A comprehensive body of research that includes nationally-representative, demand-side data comparable across more than 16 developing countries in Asia, Latin America and Africa.
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