Zimbabwe throttles the internet as political wrangling intensifies
Industry watchdogs confirm restricted internet during recent political rally held by government’s main opposition.Tawanda Karombo
Digital exclusion, COVID-19 tops FIFAfrica agenda
Digital right groups' annual event scheduled for September.
Internet freedom in Africa: 'it's getting worse' says Paradigm Initiative
Digital rights expert and organisation's executive director Gbenga Sesan spoke at international digital rights conference in Canada.
Africa's internet freedom faces political siege
Authorities in various countries are evaluating several methods to control the rapidly developing civic space facilitated by the internet.
Internet shutdowns cost Sub-Saharan Africa US$237m since 2015
Report released at FIFAfrica17 says since 2015 there have been state-initiated internet disruptions in at least 12 countries in the region.
Uganda's internet stance under scrutiny
While WEF praises country for efforts to increase access to the Net, CIPESA has previously criticised UCC for internet shutdowns.
Africa's cloud providers bemoan internet shutdowns
ICT professionals see hope in policies that entrench access to the internet as a fundamental human right.