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R. Kavena Shalyefu & Hilda Nakakuwa

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Chapter Twelve: Development and Democracy in Namibia: The Contribution of Information and Communication Technologies (ICTs)

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Development and Democracy in Namibia: The Contribution of Information and Communication Technologies (ICTs)
Development and democracy in Namibia: The contribution of information and communication technologies (ICTs)
R. KavenaShalyefu and HildaNakakuwa

Namibia became a nation independent from South Africa only in 1990. It still depends on imports from South Africa, and the legacy of apartheid continues to trouble the country. The prolonged ruling of Namibia by colonial South Africa made it little known outside of Africa. In general, it can be said that the knowledge of South Africa throughout the world has overshadowed that of Namibia. Its current population is 1.8 million, and the cities and towns are sparsely populated. This makes it hard to establish a high-tech corridor. Though Namibia might not be typically associated with information ...

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