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Oman (Sultanate of) Internet access in Oman gets easier in Arabic
For the first time in Oman, the Telecommunications Regularity Authority (TRA) has launched the first Arabic domain ".oman" to facilitate Arab users of the Internet. This initiative is a major step towards encouraging individuals and institutions to use the Arabic domain name as an address for their websites.
Tanzania Tanzania: Cybercrime Act Flaws Debatable
President Jakaya Kikwete has said that shortcomings in the Cybercrime Act and Statistics Act will be ironed out through dialogue between government and stakeholders.
South Africa Aviation authority introduces regulations for drones
The South African Civil Aviation Authority (SACAA) will be introducing new regulations that will help regulate remotely piloted aircraft systems, popularly known as drones.
South Africa Joburg set for tech boost
Johannesburg is set to receive a connectivity and technology injection in the near future, if promises made by executive mayor Mpho Parks Tau in his State of City Address materialise. The conclusion of outstanding issues around the controversial Johannesburg Broadband Network Project, high-speed broadband access in Braamfontein, significant improvements to education access and intelligent city security and traffic monitoring systems are all on the city's short-term agenda, according to Parks ...
South Africa Project Isizwe spreads WiFi wings
Project Isizwe – the free WiFi initiative founded by former Mxit owner Alan Knott-Craig Jnr – is on track to spread its wings significantly as it aims to equip SA with free WiFi and ultimately help bridge the digital divide. The non-profit organisation (NPO), which already has live deployments across the City of Tshwane, the Western Cape and in Limpopo's Thulamela and Mutale municipalities, has set its sight on the rest of SA.
Global Africa: In Seoul, Ban Spotlights Role of Young People and Technology in Future Development Agenda
Continuing his official visit to Republic of Korea, United Nations Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon at two forums today highlighted the importance of youth, education and information communication technologies (ICTs) in shaping the future sustainable development agenda.
Global e-Geographic portal launched
Dr Ahmed bin Mohammed al Futaisi, Minister of Transport and Communications, yesterday launched the application of the ministry’s e-Geographic portal.
China China to Push Forward Reform in Public Hospitals
China will push forward reform in more public hospitals amid a broader overhaul of its health care system, according to a guideline issued by the State Council on Sunday.
China China Sets Economic Reform Priorities for 2015
China's State Council, the cabinet, on Monday unveiled this year's priorities for further economic reforms.
South Africa Railroad fibre to bring connectivity to schools
Kolok SA, in partnership with Intel SA and InterSite, a subsidiary of the Passenger Rail Agency of SA, has begun implementing the Kolok Education Solution (K-ED), which utilises existing railroad fibre-optics infrastructure to provide connectivity to schools across SA.
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