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Over half of global female population still unconnected

The latest International Telecommunication Union data reveals growing Internet uptake but a widening digital gender divide, especially in Africa.

4:20
Dec 11, 2018

Africa sees strong Internet growth

For the first time, more than half of the world's population is now using the Internet, but only a quarter of those in Africa, according to the ITU.

2:30

SA elected onto ITU executive council

South Africa will serve on the International Telecommunications Union's executive council and the radio regulations board until 2022.

3:40
Jul 11, 2017

Connecting the unconnected

Connecting 22 million people by 2020 - no mean goal.

1:40

Half the world online by end of 2016

By the end of 2016, almost half of the world's population will be using the Internet as mobile networks grow and prices fall.

2:30
Jul 20, 2015

ITU urges light-touch telecoms regulation

New frameworks for the global digital environment must recognise the rights of both business and consumers, says the union.

4:50
May 25, 2015

SA 'failing' at telecoms

Implementation of SA Connect is falling behind, with the country continuing to rely on mobile networks to get online.

2:40

No digital TV extension, says Kenya

Kenya's regulatory authority says the ITU is not extending digital TV migration for 30?African countries.

2:40
Feb 2, 2015

Even Namibia beats SA to digital migration

Namibia starts turning off analogue signal, while SA has at least two years to go before reaching that milestone.

2:20

ITU calls for Internet innovators

The fourth Young Innovators Competition wants to gather ideas from problem-solving tech start-ups.

3:00

Millions of SIMs at risk

Scientists find at least half a billion cellphone users worldwide may be exposed to the threat of having their SIMs seized by hackers.

7:00
Apr 19, 2013

Dwindling digital dream

South Africa should finally turn on digital TV mid-year, but meeting the international target is now out of reach.

4:30

Over half of global female population still unconnected

The latest International Telecommunication Union data reveals growing Internet uptake but a widening digital gender divide, especially in Africa.

4:20
Dec 11, 2018

Africa sees strong Internet growth

For the first time, more than half of the world's population is now using the Internet, but only a quarter of those in Africa, according to the ITU.

2:30

SA elected onto ITU executive council

South Africa will serve on the International Telecommunications Union's executive council and the radio regulations board until 2022.

3:40
Jul 11, 2017

Connecting the unconnected

Connecting 22 million people by 2020 - no mean goal.

1:40

Half the world online by end of 2016

By the end of 2016, almost half of the world's population will be using the Internet as mobile networks grow and prices fall.

2:30
Jul 20, 2015

ITU urges light-touch telecoms regulation

New frameworks for the global digital environment must recognise the rights of both business and consumers, says the union.

4:50
May 25, 2015

SA 'failing' at telecoms

Implementation of SA Connect is falling behind, with the country continuing to rely on mobile networks to get online.

2:40

No digital TV extension, says Kenya

Kenya's regulatory authority says the ITU is not extending digital TV migration for 30?African countries.

2:40
Feb 2, 2015

Even Namibia beats SA to digital migration

Namibia starts turning off analogue signal, while SA has at least two years to go before reaching that milestone.

2:20

ITU calls for Internet innovators

The fourth Young Innovators Competition wants to gather ideas from problem-solving tech start-ups.

3:00

Millions of SIMs at risk

Scientists find at least half a billion cellphone users worldwide may be exposed to the threat of having their SIMs seized by hackers.

7:00
Apr 19, 2013

Dwindling digital dream

South Africa should finally turn on digital TV mid-year, but meeting the international target is now out of reach.

4:30

Over half of global female population still unconnected

The latest International Telecommunication Union data reveals growing Internet uptake but a widening digital gender divide, especially in Africa.

4:20
Dec 11, 2018

Africa sees strong Internet growth

For the first time, more than half of the world's population is now using the Internet, but only a quarter of those in Africa, according to the ITU.

2:30

SA elected onto ITU executive council

South Africa will serve on the International Telecommunications Union's executive council and the radio regulations board until 2022.

3:40
Jul 11, 2017

Connecting the unconnected

Connecting 22 million people by 2020 - no mean goal.

1:40

Half the world online by end of 2016

By the end of 2016, almost half of the world's population will be using the Internet as mobile networks grow and prices fall.

2:30
Jul 20, 2015

ITU urges light-touch telecoms regulation

New frameworks for the global digital environment must recognise the rights of both business and consumers, says the union.

4:50
May 25, 2015

SA 'failing' at telecoms

Implementation of SA Connect is falling behind, with the country continuing to rely on mobile networks to get online.

2:40

No digital TV extension, says Kenya

Kenya's regulatory authority says the ITU is not extending digital TV migration for 30?African countries.

2:40
Feb 2, 2015

Even Namibia beats SA to digital migration

Namibia starts turning off analogue signal, while SA has at least two years to go before reaching that milestone.

2:20

ITU calls for Internet innovators

The fourth Young Innovators Competition wants to gather ideas from problem-solving tech start-ups.

3:00

Millions of SIMs at risk

Scientists find at least half a billion cellphone users worldwide may be exposed to the threat of having their SIMs seized by hackers.

7:00
Apr 19, 2013

Dwindling digital dream

South Africa should finally turn on digital TV mid-year, but meeting the international target is now out of reach.

4:30

Over half of global female population still unconnected

The latest International Telecommunication Union data reveals growing Internet uptake but a widening digital gender divide, especially in Africa.

4:20
Dec 11, 2018

Africa sees strong Internet growth

For the first time, more than half of the world's population is now using the Internet, but only a quarter of those in Africa, according to the ITU.

2:30

SA elected onto ITU executive council

South Africa will serve on the International Telecommunications Union's executive council and the radio regulations board until 2022.

3:40
Jul 11, 2017

Connecting the unconnected

Connecting 22 million people by 2020 - no mean goal.

1:40

Half the world online by end of 2016

By the end of 2016, almost half of the world's population will be using the Internet as mobile networks grow and prices fall.

2:30
Jul 20, 2015

ITU urges light-touch telecoms regulation

New frameworks for the global digital environment must recognise the rights of both business and consumers, says the union.

4:50
May 25, 2015

SA 'failing' at telecoms

Implementation of SA Connect is falling behind, with the country continuing to rely on mobile networks to get online.

2:40

No digital TV extension, says Kenya

Kenya's regulatory authority says the ITU is not extending digital TV migration for 30?African countries.

2:40
Feb 2, 2015

Even Namibia beats SA to digital migration

Namibia starts turning off analogue signal, while SA has at least two years to go before reaching that milestone.

2:20

ITU calls for Internet innovators

The fourth Young Innovators Competition wants to gather ideas from problem-solving tech start-ups.

3:00

Millions of SIMs at risk

Scientists find at least half a billion cellphone users worldwide may be exposed to the threat of having their SIMs seized by hackers.

7:00
Apr 19, 2013

Dwindling digital dream

South Africa should finally turn on digital TV mid-year, but meeting the international target is now out of reach.

4:30

Over half of global female population still unconnected

The latest International Telecommunication Union data reveals growing Internet uptake but a widening digital gender divide, especially in Africa.

4:20
Dec 11, 2018

Africa sees strong Internet growth

For the first time, more than half of the world's population is now using the Internet, but only a quarter of those in Africa, according to the ITU.

2:30

SA elected onto ITU executive council

South Africa will serve on the International Telecommunications Union's executive council and the radio regulations board until 2022.

3:40
Jul 11, 2017

Connecting the unconnected

Connecting 22 million people by 2020 - no mean goal.

1:40

Half the world online by end of 2016

By the end of 2016, almost half of the world's population will be using the Internet as mobile networks grow and prices fall.

2:30
Jul 20, 2015

ITU urges light-touch telecoms regulation

New frameworks for the global digital environment must recognise the rights of both business and consumers, says the union.

4:50
May 25, 2015

SA 'failing' at telecoms

Implementation of SA Connect is falling behind, with the country continuing to rely on mobile networks to get online.

2:40

No digital TV extension, says Kenya

Kenya's regulatory authority says the ITU is not extending digital TV migration for 30?African countries.

2:40
Feb 2, 2015

Even Namibia beats SA to digital migration

Namibia starts turning off analogue signal, while SA has at least two years to go before reaching that milestone.

2:20

ITU calls for Internet innovators

The fourth Young Innovators Competition wants to gather ideas from problem-solving tech start-ups.

3:00

Millions of SIMs at risk

Scientists find at least half a billion cellphone users worldwide may be exposed to the threat of having their SIMs seized by hackers.

7:00
Apr 19, 2013

Dwindling digital dream

South Africa should finally turn on digital TV mid-year, but meeting the international target is now out of reach.

4:30

Over half of global female population still unconnected

The latest International Telecommunication Union data reveals growing Internet uptake but a widening digital gender divide, especially in Africa.

4:20
Dec 11, 2018

Africa sees strong Internet growth

For the first time, more than half of the world's population is now using the Internet, but only a quarter of those in Africa, according to the ITU.

2:30

SA elected onto ITU executive council

South Africa will serve on the International Telecommunications Union's executive council and the radio regulations board until 2022.

3:40
Jul 11, 2017

Connecting the unconnected

Connecting 22 million people by 2020 - no mean goal.

1:40

Half the world online by end of 2016

By the end of 2016, almost half of the world's population will be using the Internet as mobile networks grow and prices fall.

2:30
Jul 20, 2015

ITU urges light-touch telecoms regulation

New frameworks for the global digital environment must recognise the rights of both business and consumers, says the union.

4:50
May 25, 2015

SA 'failing' at telecoms

Implementation of SA Connect is falling behind, with the country continuing to rely on mobile networks to get online.

2:40

No digital TV extension, says Kenya

Kenya's regulatory authority says the ITU is not extending digital TV migration for 30?African countries.

2:40
Feb 2, 2015

Even Namibia beats SA to digital migration

Namibia starts turning off analogue signal, while SA has at least two years to go before reaching that milestone.

2:20

ITU calls for Internet innovators

The fourth Young Innovators Competition wants to gather ideas from problem-solving tech start-ups.

3:00

Millions of SIMs at risk

Scientists find at least half a billion cellphone users worldwide may be exposed to the threat of having their SIMs seized by hackers.

7:00
Apr 19, 2013

Dwindling digital dream

South Africa should finally turn on digital TV mid-year, but meeting the international target is now out of reach.

4:30

Over half of global female population still unconnected

The latest International Telecommunication Union data reveals growing Internet uptake but a widening digital gender divide, especially in Africa.

4:20
Dec 11, 2018

Africa sees strong Internet growth

For the first time, more than half of the world's population is now using the Internet, but only a quarter of those in Africa, according to the ITU.

2:30

SA elected onto ITU executive council

South Africa will serve on the International Telecommunications Union's executive council and the radio regulations board until 2022.

3:40
Jul 11, 2017

Connecting the unconnected

Connecting 22 million people by 2020 - no mean goal.

1:40

Half the world online by end of 2016

By the end of 2016, almost half of the world's population will be using the Internet as mobile networks grow and prices fall.

2:30
Jul 20, 2015

ITU urges light-touch telecoms regulation

New frameworks for the global digital environment must recognise the rights of both business and consumers, says the union.

4:50
May 25, 2015

SA 'failing' at telecoms

Implementation of SA Connect is falling behind, with the country continuing to rely on mobile networks to get online.

2:40

No digital TV extension, says Kenya

Kenya's regulatory authority says the ITU is not extending digital TV migration for 30?African countries.

2:40
Feb 2, 2015

Even Namibia beats SA to digital migration

Namibia starts turning off analogue signal, while SA has at least two years to go before reaching that milestone.

2:20

ITU calls for Internet innovators

The fourth Young Innovators Competition wants to gather ideas from problem-solving tech start-ups.

3:00

Millions of SIMs at risk

Scientists find at least half a billion cellphone users worldwide may be exposed to the threat of having their SIMs seized by hackers.

7:00
Apr 19, 2013

Dwindling digital dream

South Africa should finally turn on digital TV mid-year, but meeting the international target is now out of reach.

4:30

Over half of global female population still unconnected

The latest International Telecommunication Union data reveals growing Internet uptake but a widening digital gender divide, especially in Africa.

4:20
Dec 11, 2018

Africa sees strong Internet growth

For the first time, more than half of the world's population is now using the Internet, but only a quarter of those in Africa, according to the ITU.

2:30

SA elected onto ITU executive council

South Africa will serve on the International Telecommunications Union's executive council and the radio regulations board until 2022.

3:40
Jul 11, 2017

Connecting the unconnected

Connecting 22 million people by 2020 - no mean goal.

1:40

Half the world online by end of 2016

By the end of 2016, almost half of the world's population will be using the Internet as mobile networks grow and prices fall.

2:30
Jul 20, 2015

ITU urges light-touch telecoms regulation

New frameworks for the global digital environment must recognise the rights of both business and consumers, says the union.

4:50
May 25, 2015

SA 'failing' at telecoms

Implementation of SA Connect is falling behind, with the country continuing to rely on mobile networks to get online.

2:40

No digital TV extension, says Kenya

Kenya's regulatory authority says the ITU is not extending digital TV migration for 30?African countries.

2:40
Feb 2, 2015

Even Namibia beats SA to digital migration

Namibia starts turning off analogue signal, while SA has at least two years to go before reaching that milestone.

2:20

ITU calls for Internet innovators

The fourth Young Innovators Competition wants to gather ideas from problem-solving tech start-ups.

3:00

Millions of SIMs at risk

Scientists find at least half a billion cellphone users worldwide may be exposed to the threat of having their SIMs seized by hackers.

7:00
Apr 19, 2013

Dwindling digital dream

South Africa should finally turn on digital TV mid-year, but meeting the international target is now out of reach.

4:30

Over half of global female population still unconnected

The latest International Telecommunication Union data reveals growing Internet uptake but a widening digital gender divide, especially in Africa.

4:20
Dec 11, 2018

Africa sees strong Internet growth

For the first time, more than half of the world's population is now using the Internet, but only a quarter of those in Africa, according to the ITU.

2:30

SA elected onto ITU executive council

South Africa will serve on the International Telecommunications Union's executive council and the radio regulations board until 2022.

3:40
Jul 11, 2017

Connecting the unconnected

Connecting 22 million people by 2020 - no mean goal.

1:40

Half the world online by end of 2016

By the end of 2016, almost half of the world's population will be using the Internet as mobile networks grow and prices fall.

2:30
Jul 20, 2015

ITU urges light-touch telecoms regulation

New frameworks for the global digital environment must recognise the rights of both business and consumers, says the union.

4:50
May 25, 2015

SA 'failing' at telecoms

Implementation of SA Connect is falling behind, with the country continuing to rely on mobile networks to get online.

2:40

No digital TV extension, says Kenya

Kenya's regulatory authority says the ITU is not extending digital TV migration for 30?African countries.

2:40
Feb 2, 2015

Even Namibia beats SA to digital migration

Namibia starts turning off analogue signal, while SA has at least two years to go before reaching that milestone.

2:20

ITU calls for Internet innovators

The fourth Young Innovators Competition wants to gather ideas from problem-solving tech start-ups.

3:00

Millions of SIMs at risk

Scientists find at least half a billion cellphone users worldwide may be exposed to the threat of having their SIMs seized by hackers.

7:00
Apr 19, 2013

Dwindling digital dream

South Africa should finally turn on digital TV mid-year, but meeting the international target is now out of reach.

4:30

Over half of global female population still unconnected

The latest International Telecommunication Union data reveals growing Internet uptake but a widening digital gender divide, especially in Africa.

4:20
Dec 11, 2018

Africa sees strong Internet growth

For the first time, more than half of the world's population is now using the Internet, but only a quarter of those in Africa, according to the ITU.

2:30

SA elected onto ITU executive council

South Africa will serve on the International Telecommunications Union's executive council and the radio regulations board until 2022.

3:40
Jul 11, 2017

Connecting the unconnected

Connecting 22 million people by 2020 - no mean goal.

1:40

Half the world online by end of 2016

By the end of 2016, almost half of the world's population will be using the Internet as mobile networks grow and prices fall.

2:30
Jul 20, 2015

ITU urges light-touch telecoms regulation

New frameworks for the global digital environment must recognise the rights of both business and consumers, says the union.

4:50
May 25, 2015

SA 'failing' at telecoms

Implementation of SA Connect is falling behind, with the country continuing to rely on mobile networks to get online.

2:40

No digital TV extension, says Kenya

Kenya's regulatory authority says the ITU is not extending digital TV migration for 30?African countries.

2:40
Feb 2, 2015

Even Namibia beats SA to digital migration

Namibia starts turning off analogue signal, while SA has at least two years to go before reaching that milestone.

2:20

ITU calls for Internet innovators

The fourth Young Innovators Competition wants to gather ideas from problem-solving tech start-ups.

3:00

Millions of SIMs at risk

Scientists find at least half a billion cellphone users worldwide may be exposed to the threat of having their SIMs seized by hackers.

7:00
Apr 19, 2013

Dwindling digital dream

South Africa should finally turn on digital TV mid-year, but meeting the international target is now out of reach.

4:30

Over half of global female population still unconnected

The latest International Telecommunication Union data reveals growing Internet uptake but a widening digital gender divide, especially in Africa.

4:20
Dec 11, 2018

Africa sees strong Internet growth

For the first time, more than half of the world's population is now using the Internet, but only a quarter of those in Africa, according to the ITU.

2:30

SA elected onto ITU executive council

South Africa will serve on the International Telecommunications Union's executive council and the radio regulations board until 2022.

3:40
Jul 11, 2017

Connecting the unconnected

Connecting 22 million people by 2020 - no mean goal.

1:40

Half the world online by end of 2016

By the end of 2016, almost half of the world's population will be using the Internet as mobile networks grow and prices fall.

2:30
Jul 20, 2015

ITU urges light-touch telecoms regulation

New frameworks for the global digital environment must recognise the rights of both business and consumers, says the union.

4:50
May 25, 2015

SA 'failing' at telecoms

Implementation of SA Connect is falling behind, with the country continuing to rely on mobile networks to get online.

2:40

No digital TV extension, says Kenya

Kenya's regulatory authority says the ITU is not extending digital TV migration for 30?African countries.

2:40
Feb 2, 2015

Even Namibia beats SA to digital migration

Namibia starts turning off analogue signal, while SA has at least two years to go before reaching that milestone.

2:20

ITU calls for Internet innovators

The fourth Young Innovators Competition wants to gather ideas from problem-solving tech start-ups.

3:00

Millions of SIMs at risk

Scientists find at least half a billion cellphone users worldwide may be exposed to the threat of having their SIMs seized by hackers.

7:00
Apr 19, 2013

Dwindling digital dream

South Africa should finally turn on digital TV mid-year, but meeting the international target is now out of reach.

4:30

Over half of global female population still unconnected

The latest International Telecommunication Union data reveals growing Internet uptake but a widening digital gender divide, especially in Africa.

4:20
Dec 11, 2018

Africa sees strong Internet growth

For the first time, more than half of the world's population is now using the Internet, but only a quarter of those in Africa, according to the ITU.

2:30

SA elected onto ITU executive council

South Africa will serve on the International Telecommunications Union's executive council and the radio regulations board until 2022.

3:40
Jul 11, 2017

Connecting the unconnected

Connecting 22 million people by 2020 - no mean goal.

1:40

Half the world online by end of 2016

By the end of 2016, almost half of the world's population will be using the Internet as mobile networks grow and prices fall.

2:30
Jul 20, 2015

ITU urges light-touch telecoms regulation

New frameworks for the global digital environment must recognise the rights of both business and consumers, says the union.

4:50
May 25, 2015

SA 'failing' at telecoms

Implementation of SA Connect is falling behind, with the country continuing to rely on mobile networks to get online.

2:40

No digital TV extension, says Kenya

Kenya's regulatory authority says the ITU is not extending digital TV migration for 30?African countries.

2:40
Feb 2, 2015

Even Namibia beats SA to digital migration

Namibia starts turning off analogue signal, while SA has at least two years to go before reaching that milestone.

2:20

ITU calls for Internet innovators

The fourth Young Innovators Competition wants to gather ideas from problem-solving tech start-ups.

3:00

Millions of SIMs at risk

Scientists find at least half a billion cellphone users worldwide may be exposed to the threat of having their SIMs seized by hackers.

7:00
Apr 19, 2013

Dwindling digital dream

South Africa should finally turn on digital TV mid-year, but meeting the international target is now out of reach.

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