Over at Quartz:The Zenzeleni Networks project—Zenzeleni means “do it yourself” in isiXhosa, the Eastern Cape’s most prevalent language—is, as far as we’re aware, South Africa’s first and only Internet Service Provider (ISP) that’s owned and run by a rural cooperative. Just like any ISP, Zenzeleni installs and maintains telecommunications infrastructure and also sells telecommunications services like voice and data.
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AECOM Technology Corporation has been contracted to provide services for 15 separate infrastructure projects at locations around Cape Town, Postmasburg and Saldanha, in South Africa.
Ofcom today sets out the steps it expects Internet Service Providers (ISPs) to take to ensure customers are aware of how internet traffic is being managed on their networks. Although ISPs already provide some consumer information on...
French President Emmanuel Macron says he shares the outrage over President Donald Trump's disparaging comment about Africa, arguing that such language hurts efforts to bring peace and development to the continent.