Internet use is Africa is growing quickly but is the network Africans are using an Internet we would recognise? Using representative survey data from 12 countries in Southern, East and West Africa we examine the phenomenon of ‘mobile centric’ Internet users, the applications and activities that predominate amongst them and discuss some implications for the ‘digital divide’, net neutrality and broadband policies.

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About the speakers

  • Indra de Lanerolle

    Affiliation: University of Witwatersrand

    Indra de Lanerolle is a Visiting Researcher, University of Witwatersrand, Johannesburg where he runs the Network Society project, the first African partner in the World Internet Project.

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