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Earlier this year, WhatsApp introduced a controversial privacy policy that left many users concerned and searching for a more ‘secure’ messaging platform. Since then, the company unpacked exactly what this update will mean for users – saying it does not change the privacy of people’s personal conversations. This is about optional business features that are a part of...

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While the deadline for accepting WhatsApp’s new terms of service and privacy policy still looms on 15 May, there are also several other major changes for the platform in the works. These include new features such as end-to-end encrypted backups, migrating between Android and iOS, WhatsApp Payments, and the ability to review voice notes before...

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Malawi’s Public Private Partnership Commission (PPPC) said it has drafted three strategies as part of the Digital Malawi Project developed to help digitise both the public and private sectors. The Commission said the National Broadband Strategy, Digital Governance Strategy and Cybersecurity Strategy are focused on addressing challenges within the country’s telecommunications industry, with affordable internet...

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Vodacom Business and Microsoft South Africa have partnered to provide access to continuous, connected digital learning for South Africa’s education institutions, educators and learners through their Connected Digital Education initiative. This is in response to the growing need for affordable online learning solutions that meet the educational needs of today’s learners through a secure combination...

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Information and communication technology minister Peya Mushelenga said the review of various information and communication technology policies and their possible consolidation into a uniform national ICT policy is on the cards. Mushelenga made the remarks when he motivated the ministry’s budget last week in the National Assembly. The ministry received over N$354 million from the...

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In 2020, nearly 1,000 ICT project leaders requested financial support from the government. 60 of them were enough to exhaust the available budget. As digital transformation becomes a priority again, Uganda wants to invest more in its tech community. Ugandan Minister of Information and Communication Technologies, Judith Nabakooba, wants a financial strengthening of the innovation fund with...