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Title: Comparative study of eAdoption activities in South Africa and Mozambique
Authors: Morris, C
Keywords: Telecommunications Infrastructure
Communications technologies
Wireless communication
Information societies
Issue Date: May-2006
Citation: Morris, C. 2006. Comparative study of eAdoption activities in South Africa and Mozambique. Comparative Research of eGovernment, eHealth, eLearning and ICT Skills Adoption in Mozambique, South Africa and Tanzania: eChallenges 2006, Barcelona, Spain, 25 - 27 October 2006, 10p
Abstract: This paper reviews the status of eAdoption in South Africa and Mozambique. It describes the ICT strategy including current and planned enabling legislation, the identification of key stakeholder responsible for policy and implementation, and summarises overall progress on eAdoption initiatives. The comparative analysis of the two countries reveals many similar challenges but also provides a basis for the identification of “good practices” and lessons learned that can be shared with other countries on the continent
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/10204/1059
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