Internet Africa News
As under the palaver tree in my village here we tell the story of the Internet in Africa and African Organizations
for Internet Governance as seen by the author, without bias.
May this contribution guide your positions.
Comme sous l’arbre à palabre de mon village se raconte ici l’histoire de l’Internet en Afrique et des Organisations Africaines
pour la gouvernance de l’Internet comme l’auteur l’a vécu, sans parti pris.
Afin que tu saches et que tu puisses prendre des positions éclairées.
For African Lions busy organizing the jungle and opening new paths for the rest of us.
Jon Postel Award Winners
Dr Nii Quaynor
The Internet Society has awarded pioneering Internet engineer Nii Quaynor the prestigious Jonathan B. Postel Service Award for 2007 for his leadership in advancing Internet technology in Africa and galvanizing technologists to improve Internet access and capabilities throughout the continent.
Reston, VA and Geneva, Switzerland
5 December 2007
The Internet Society today announced that its prestigious Jonathan B. Postel Service Award was presented to Pierre Ouedraogo for his exceptional contributions to the growth and vitality of the Internet in Africa.
British Columbia, Canada
01 August 2012
The Internet Society has presented the Jonathan B. Postel award to Alain Aina in recognition of his leadership in pioneering the Internet in Africa and building technical communities that helped connect countless others across the continent and beyond.
17 December 2019
"Until the lions have their historians, hunting tales will always glory hunters."
“Aussi longtemps que les lions n’auront pas leurs historiens, les récits de chasse seront toujours a la gloire des chasseurs”.
Tech Events 2021 in Africa
WACREN 6th Annual Conference
15-19 March 2021
Digital Transformation for Development
Register your Event
ICANN in Africa
African Undersea Cables
Women in Cyber
The African Secret Working Group
Internet History in Africa
Africa Cyber Contributors
African Organizations for Internet Governance
Our aim is to tell you the real story of the Internet in Africa and to bring you regular updates on the evolution of technology in Africa.