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It may take 5 weeks to restore stable internet – NCA

It may take 5 weeks to restore stable internet – NCA

Africa News, Ghana News, Science & Technology
Ghanaians battling interruptions from their data service providers may have to wait for at least, another five weeks. This is because that is how long the National Communication Authority (NCA) estimates it may take for the faulty undersea cables to be restored, bringing back stable connections in the affected countries The NCA made this known in a press release on Saturday, March 16, 2024. This was after a meeting with the four subsea cable landing service providers (ACE, MainOne, SAT-3 and WACS). It comes three days after data services from most of the telecommunications companies shut down, impacting people and businesses in some African countries including Ghana. South Africa, Nigeria, Ivory Coast, Liberia, Benin, and Burkina Faso are among other nations bearing the bru...
Students advised to use Internet advantageously

Students advised to use Internet advantageously

Ghana News, Health & Wellbeing, Lifestyle & Social
Member of the Tema Secondary School Old Students Association (TOSA), Kwadwo Owusu Baah, has encouraged final year students in Senior High Schools to pay attention to advantages on social media to create passive income for themselves. Mr. Baah said this at a forum in Tema Secondary School dubbed “TOSA Tertiary Talks,” an initiative of TOSA that seeks to call on illustrious alumni of the school to encourage and present to the students a picture of life after school because most of them will graduate without any insight into what lies ahead of them. He said, at their stage, it was critical to identify who they wanted and didn’t want to become in life and seek to also identify ways of working and living that would not add unnecessary risk to their path. He told students that the evol...
Comsys sweeps 5 awards at 12th GITTA

Comsys sweeps 5 awards at 12th GITTA

Ghana News, Science & Technology
Information Communications Technology solutions provider, Comsys has once again proven its prowess as one of the leading ICT firms at the forefront of driving digitisation in the country as they scooped 5 coveted awards at the just ended Ghana Information Technology and Telecom Awards (GITTA). Comsys went home with three organisational awards and an individual award, namely ISP of Year, Enterprise Solutions Provider of the Year Excellence In Customer Services (B2B),  while Joint Chief Executives, Funmi Lamptey and Jonathan  Lamptey were listed among the Top 20 tech Leaders, a newly created ranking for leading IT experts driving excellence in the industry. Once again, the ICT solutions firm has positioned its self as an industry leader having remained unbeatable within the ...
Policy to create child-friendly internet in the offing

Policy to create child-friendly internet in the offing

Ghana News, Science & Technology
More than a third of Ghanaian young people between 12-17 years have access to the internet, mostly using mobile phones. However, the greater use of the internet increasingly exposes children and young people to the dangers of all forms of abuse. A recent UNICEF Ghana report showed that many children had indicated that they have been treated in a hurtful way by someone else when using the internet.Boys, older children and those living in urban areas report upsetting incidents more often. Sexual content, hurtful comments, fraud or violence are among the things that children find upsetting. In many of these cases, parents are not even aware of the incidents. National Child Online Protection To overcome the bottlenecks and provide child-friendly internet, the government is desi...
Ghana Ranked No. 1 African Country With Fastest Internet

Ghana Ranked No. 1 African Country With Fastest Internet

Africa News, Ghana News, International, Science & Technology
Ghana has been ranked the Number One country in Africa with the fastest internet speed. In a global index for fastest internet speed, Ghana’s internet was ranked the fastest on the African country, ahead of South Africa and Egypt. Ghana was ranked 79th in the world, with a speed of 53.28 mbps, which is the fastest in Africa. South Africa placed 85th in the world and 2nd in Africa, while Egypt was ranked 91st in the world and and 3rd in Africa with speeds of 47.32 mbps and 42.42 mbps. The global internet speed is measured by Speedtest Global Index, and it looks at the internet speed of about 180 countries. With Ghana undertaking a massive digitization drive, its internet connectivity having been ranked among the fastest in Africa should be a major boost to the government’s d...
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