[IRTalk] African Ministers of Communication and Information Technologies reiterate the need for Africa to become actively involved in the dynamics of Internet Governance, Cybersecurity, and Cybercrime

Ina Smith Ina at assaf.org.za
Fri Nov 24 20:16:11 SAST 2017


Addis Ababa, Ethiopia, 23 November 2017- Since the previous session of the Special Technical Committee on Communication and ICT which took place in September 2015, notable developments have taken place in the sectors of communication and information technology and in the infrastructure development as general. It is against this backdrop among others that, African Ministers of Communication and Information Technologies gathering today in Addis Ababa in their second ordinary session of the Specialized Technical Committee on Communication and ICT (STC CICT-2) to discuss and make decisions on continental and regional programmes that impact Africans in the communications and ICT sectors.

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