E TECH AFRICA EXPO 2013
After proving that it was a worthy place to be, the next edition of e-TECH AFRICA EXPO is scheduled for the 1st to the 4th of October 2013 at the Harare International Conference Centre.
e-TECH AFRICA EXPO 2013 is an event hosted by the Ministry of ICT and aims at providing a good platform for networking, exchange of views and experiences towards the growth of ICT’s in Africa. We enjoyed the first edition of e-TECH AFRICA EXPO last year and we posted our experience here. Last year’s speakers included the Principal Director in Zimbabwe’s Ministry of ICT, Cosmas Chigwamba, Dr Gary Brooking, and Dr T Simbini for the University of Zimbabwe.
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Some factors that were talked about included:
- Building vibrant ICT industry
- ICTs in tourism and Entertainment
- e-Government and national development
- ICTs in education
- ICT in health
We are excited about this year’s similar event, basically e-TECH AFRICA EXPO 2013 objectives are:
- To Build a Knowledge and Information Society
- To boost Research and development in ICT’s
- To promote ICT’s in Health and Agriculture
- To promote ICT’s in Tourism and Entertainment
- To Build a vibrant ICT industry in Africa
- To Bridge the digital divide
- To promote the potential of ICT’s for sustainable growth
- To promote Cyber Security & Cyber Ethics
- To promote ICTs for Poverty Alleviation and Community Development
- To Impact e-Government Development in Africa
- To promote E-learning for a developing economy in Africa
- Green Computing/ICT
- Cloud Computing
2 thoughts on “Zim ICT Ministry to host the second edition of e-TECH AFRICA”
i think this is a great initiative that the ministry of ict is taking in talking about the issues that have an impact on zimbabwe and africa as a whole regarding information technology. what it should do now is act, put the discussions into motion, promote e-governance, cloud compute, campaign for ict acceptance to all the age group, business sectors. Walk the talk.
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