Access to broadband is an essential enabler of active citizenship in today's world. With affordable broadband, the enormous potential for socio-economic, cultural, and educational development in South Africa can be realised.The Association for Progressive Communications; South Africa Connect; Southern African NGO Network (SANGONeT); and The Shuttleworth Foundation are convening a one-day event as a first step towards drafting a framework for a national broadband strategy for South Africa.
Date: Tuesday, 24 March 2009 (09h00 - 17h00)
Venue: Ballroom, Sunnyside Park Hotel
Address: 2 York Road (corner St Andrews Road & Princess of Wales Terrace), Parktown, Johannesburg
Enquiries: Melody Emmett, APC, email@example.com, 082 868 6581