Journalists what type of a phone and digital devices do you have? How do you use your mobile phones and digital devices? It is surprising that in this digital age some Journalists still use phones that cannot connect to the internet. Others still do own laptops or desktop computers, cameras, recorders, flash drives or mobile […]
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A community of bloggers in Zambia has come together to network under the Zambian Bloggers Network with the help of Africa Interactive Media (AIM). This follows the lack of a network of bloggers in Zambia who can work together to bring reports from blogs and other social media platforms by practicing citizen media. Bloggers are […]
In March 2011 the ICT@Innovation programme, aimed at building free and open source capacity in Africa, achieved a 75% pass-rate for the Southern Africa leg of its Linux professional certification programme. This follows the 66% pass rate achieved in its East Africa leg which was held in Nairobi, Kenya in November 2010. The success of […]
The Corporate Council for Africa (CCA) has endorsed the dotafrica project for DotConnectAfrica. According to a Press Release made available to the Africa New Media Group, this mean’t that DCA will have access to nearly all the international brand premium names that would register for the .africa top level domain. Additionally, an opportunity is created […]
ICT for development charity Computer Aid International has appointed David Barker as its new Chief Executive Officer. David has previously been CEO or Director of four not-for-profit organisations: the Royal Academy of Arts, the Childrens’ Trust, Practical Action and CABA. He has also worked at two international banks and was previously a captain in the army.
In the new year i believe there will be many social networks that will be born. People have always asked me how many social networks one can subscribe to and fear the trouble in updating all of them at once. I really don’t have the answer because what works for me would not work for […]