Switching on public Wi-Fi hotspots across the Western Cape
The Western Cape Government has embarked on a long-term project of laying fibre optic infrastructure across the province in order to provide government buildings, public schools, communities and businesses with access to affordable telecommunications. Public Wi-Fi service expanded and upgraded
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How Europe Succeeded to Make Africans Happy about their Colonization
Though they wish, Europeans don’t have the physical capacity to occupy Africa. Africa is too big, too vast and too diverse. However, Europe has the power to ideologically occupy Africa. They have chosen that road and it’s giving them even better results, than physical occupation. At the moment I’m writing this post, colonial Europe is doubling down on their ideological occupation by investing heavily into their main propaganda channels like BBC, RFI, CNN. The British government spends every…
ANALYSIS: Are foreigners stealing jobs in South Africa?
International migrants are often accused of stealing jobs from locals in South Africa. But new data presents a far more nuanced picture of what it means to be a migrant trying to make a living in the country.
10 African Kingdoms No One Talks About But Should
Bornu Empire (1380–1893) The Bornu Empire was a state in what is now northeastern Nigeria. It was a continuation of the great Kanem Empire founded