NEWS UPDATE 54: GHANA - RAPID GROWTH IN INTERNET USE DESPITE COST
Ghana was amongst the first countries in Africa to get connected. Although
it suffers from all the usual constraints on growth - especially the high
costs of connectivity - it is estimated that around half a million people
have access to the web in some form. Kwami Ahiabenu describes the
development of Ghana's internet culture.
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COMING SOON: THE INTERNET IN TOGO AND SELLING DIGITAL IMAGES OF AFRICA