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Sudan restores most Internet connections

Sudan’s Internet services has been restored at one of its three major international ISPs, the government reported after it had seen the Internet cut off across the country as a result of riots over the ending of fuel subsidies....

Technology at the heart of Egypt’s growth plan

In 2011 Egypt made worldwide headlines as a revolution took hold and anti-government protestors vented their anger and frustration against the regime. It was a time when the world held its collective breath in anticipation of what could or...

Egypt looks to ban internet pornography

Egyptian authorities are reportedly taking the first steps towards banning internet pornography. According to the Egypt Independent, the country’s Ministry of Telecommunications and Information Technology minister Mohamed Salem, recently announced the formation of a new committee to evaluate the feasibility...

Egypt court says IT companies not liable for telecom shutdowns

An Egyptian court has exonerated the country’s telecommunications companies over Internet and mobile shutdowns in late January during the 18-days of mass protests that ousted President Hosni Mubarak. The decision has been met with anger by activists, who blame...

Internet shutdown in Egypt has wider implications

The internet in Egypt has been shut down by the Mubarak regime, forcing locals to revert to old fashioned means of communication such as Fax, Landlines, Snail mail and ham radios. Facebook spokesman Andrew Noyes said the social networking...
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Youth Month Centre Tour 2024: Harambee

In honor of Youth Month, Harambee hosts a media tour at their center in Johannesburg, South Africa. A tour...
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