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Timothy Kasonde is a Highway Africa News Agency correspondent in Lusaka, Zambia.
Timothy Kasonde
Computer literacy for the information age

A total of 53 teachers last week completed five days of intermediate computer literacy training at Coffee Bay Junior Secondary School and Mdedeleni Secondary School in the Eastern Cape. Twenty teachers attended a beginner's course at Lerato Secondary School in the Free State.

By Timothy Kasonde 16 Nov 2007 01:37

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Controversy continues over undersea cables

The uncertainty surrounding aspects of the South African government's position on undersea cables is damaging and threatening to sink the country's hopes for a successful 2010 FIFA World Cup.

By Timothy Kasonde 5 Nov 2007 10:34

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An Internet exchange service for Arusha

The Tanzanian Internet Service Providers Association (TISPA) has launched the second Internet Exchange (IX) service in Arusha, Tanzania. The Tanzania Communicatoins Regulatory Authority (TCRA) made the IX possible by donating equipment and infrastructure to TISPA for its setup.

By Timothy Kasonde 7 Aug 2007 00:23

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Interactive mobile phones for Zambian farmers

Celtel Zambia introduces interactive mobile services to help Zambian farmers have access to data.

By Timothy Kasonde 25 Jun 2007 11:19

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Confusion over similar call identity numbers

Confusion looms in Botswana's mobile industry following an allocation of similar dialing numbers to different mobile phone service providers.

By Timothy Kasonde 1 Jun 2007 15:15

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