Posts Tagged “Offshoring”

Building a startup you love is hard (BaSYLiH) – First Draft

by oneafrikan on April 11, 2008

This is the first draft of the content from the core conversation panel I did at SxSW earlier this year. When it’s done it will go up as a PDF and a blog post. I’m posting here so that I (…)

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South African bandwidth at ‘fraction of today’s cost’?

by oneafrikan on February 19, 2008

From Tim (he who has no blog or site or anything to point to): _ Business Day – News Worth Knowing THE price of international bandwidth will plummet 80% when the Seacom undersea cable goes live on June 17 next (…)

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What’s happenning to Tech for Africa?

by oneafrikan on July 26, 2007

I’m the first to admit that I’ve had my head in the sand the last few months, and have received many emails asking what’s happening with Tech for Africa… So I thought that posting something public would be the best (…)

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Proposed dates for Technlogy for Africa ’07

by oneafrikan on May 3, 2007

Check it out … Dates that are in discussion at the moment are 24th to 26th October in JHB… Anyone got any serious problems / reservations / issues / red flags with those dates?

South Africa 5 years on

by oneafrikan on May 2, 2007

_ South Africa 5 years on Saul talks about SA in some detail, and it’s a good read. If you find yourself outside of SA, then defo worth a gander. ;-)

The Curious Incident of the Missing Market – Technology for Africa ’07?

by oneafrikan on April 5, 2007

Dave Duarte and Mike Stopforth have put together a regular marketing podcast for South Africans, which is shaping up to be a promising part of the ecosystem. Recently there was an attempt to get a “web 2.0 conference” done in (…)

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Technology for Africa ’07 credit card test passed, speakers announced

by oneafrikan on December 6, 2006

The last week or so has seen us sit with bated breath, waiting to see the reaction to the web and emerging technology conference we’re going to put together for Africans (with an African context of course). Well, we’re happy (…)

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