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> From [log in to unmask] Tue Nov 14 19:57:48
> At 11:17 AM 13/11/95, Justin Chisenga wrote:
>>Could some one out there, please, give me a list of countries in
>>Africa that have FULL Internet connectivity and if possible the years
>>in which they achieved the FULL connections.
> South Africa 1991/2/3
> Egypt 1992/3
> Algeria 1993
> Zambia 1994
> Zimbabwe 1994
> Mozambique 1994/5
> (Ghana) 1995 (if true)
> (Uganda) 1995 (if true)
> Namibia 1995
> Kenya 1995
May I also add Morocco 1995 (Sept to be precise). It is like over the past six
months, on average two African countries have been joining Internet every
month. I hope this trend could continue. However, I am afraid the trend seems
to be slowing down.
> Tunesia? 1995?
I believe Tunisia was the 3rd (or 2nd?) country to join. So should be 1992/3/4
or somewhere like that. I also understand that Algeria (or is it Tunisia, NOT
SAfrica) was actually the first to join. Any historians on the net?
> Mauritius? ???
> Reunion??? ???
Shem Ochuodho, PhD
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