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  Map of the Information and Telecommunications
Technology Sector of SA (Mitts SA) 2003 and 2005 reports


These surveys are 250 pages long and contain
  • An overview of the industry covering economic background, ICT policy, Internet access, human resources, etc
  • Profile of the ICT market, identifying key characteristics and key needs of SA ICT users
  • An analysis of the performance of ICT stocks on the JSE since the dot-com bomb
  • Over 120 company profiles
  • Profiles of five representative bodies or associations
  • 23 articles profiling 10 ICT subsectors
  • Four articles covering government's ICT policies, the legislative
    environment, and BEE
  • Detailed profiles of 36 ICT publications
How to order

The report is available in PDF file format.


To order or for further information, please contact:
Arthur Goldstuck Tel 27-11-886-7976

  Africa’s Common Position for Digital Inclusion

The UN Economic Commission for Africa organised the African Development Forum ’99, which was a major conference on ICT in Africa. Among the outputs were commissioned papers on four key themes: Electronic Commerce, Youth and Education, Health and National Policies and Strategies.

Tina James was the coordinator for the Youth and Education paper, and Jonathan Miller carried out extensive editing and consolidation of all four papers - see www.uneca.org/aisi.

A follow up was the adoption of Africa’s Common Position for Digital Inclusion.

  Policies Related to ICT in South Africa

There are many government policies that influence or are influenced by ICT. This report (Review of Policies) commissioned by the SAITIS project details the key ones and makes recommendations to facilitate the adoption of ICT for social and economic development.
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