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HALF of Zimbabwe’s population has no access to the internet, a cabinet minister has said, warning that digital exclusion reinforces and deepens existing economic and social exclusion. ICTs minister Jenfan Muswere said although internet penetration has been increasing and now stands at just over 60 percent countrywide, actually access remains a huge challenge for many...

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Economic growth in Africa can be secured by increasing access digital-first services of all types, including health, education and even entertainment content. So claims a report from the United Kingdom’s Department for International Trade (DIT) which highlights the potential of mobile and digital services to grow African economies and deliver an improved quality of life...

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Uganda’s telecom companies have invested heavily in infrastructure services to boost internet access but the low number of users have limited their ability to lower internet costs for their customers including the Small and Medium Enterprises. This was revealed by Enid Edroma, the general manager, Corporate Affairs at MTN Uganda who said only about 35%...

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Over the past thirty years, access to telecom services has progressed worldwide. In Africa in particular, great changes have been observed at various levels. But weaknesses remain and are undermining the continent’s growth at a time of digital transformation. For a long time, the International Telecommunication Union (ITU) has advocated universal internet access in Africa, which will...

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Uganda’s government has confirmed the installation 600 Wi-Fi hotspots nationally as part of the US$75-million World Bank-funded Regional Communications Infrastructure Programme (RCIP). The free internet is available to government officials during business hours in the week, and to the public after business hours and the weekend. Officials have confirmed the Wi-Fi will be rolled out...

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In their Digital Report 2022, Kepios and We Are Social indicate that Equatorial Guinea has 386,600 Internet users. That is a penetration rate of 26.2% for a population of 1.47 million inhabitants. The authorities of Equatorial Guinea indicated on Friday August 26 that the country was at risk of suffering an interruption of Internet services, due...