Tanzania | A Tale of Two Tech Hubs

From *iHub_ Mon Nov 12 2012, 00:44:13

Tanzania's ICT In 2012 By Sam Charoz While Africa's quest for becoming a global ICT destination appears bright, Tanzania  does not want to be left behind. It is stepping forward from the shadows - becoming an actor, instead of just an audience. Private firms have come in to enhance the country's ICT reach by setting up [...] Related posts:

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