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>Date: Tue, 22 Aug 1995 17:09:47 -0200
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> From The Namibian Wednesday August 23
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>Nam makes progress on the Internet
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>THE Namibian Internet Development Foundation (Namidef) will hold its
>Annual General Meeting on Friday, August 25.
>Namidef was launched last November, with the aim of providing interested
>Namibians with access to the Internet, the worldwide network of computers.
>Namibia has so far not been fully linked up to the Internet which holds
>great potential for Government, community organisations, the media,
>business and individuals to make international contacts and access a
>wealth of information.
>However, Namibia should be connected in the near future. The Namidef
>meeting will hear a reportback on how close Namibia is to full Internet
>access.
>The meeting at 14h00 at the Geological Survey on Friday is open to paid-up
>members of Namidef. Any enquiries about the meeting and Namidef should be
>directed to Alex Zacharia on 225665 ([log in to unmask]), or Dr Eberhard
>Lisse  on (0641) 61005 ([log in to unmask]). - The Namibian
>
 
David Lush
Media Institute of Southern Africa (MISA)
Private Bag 13386
Windhoek, Namibia
Tel. +264 61 232975, Fax. 248016
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