AU urges Nigeria, Mauritania to present consensus candidate for ITU post
Nigeria and Mauritania have been urged by the African Union (AU) Ministerial Candidature Committee to hold consultations and agree on a candidate for the post of deputy secretary-general of International Telecommunication Union.
The call was made on the sidelines of the AU summit in Malabo to select a consensus African candidate for the post, though the News Agency of Nigeria (NAN) reports neither Nigeria nor Mauritania was willing to withdraw their candidate.
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Software and services specialist company DVT has opened the doors on its new, purpose-built mobile application testing hub in Cape Town.
The new hub – DVT’s second such facility (a software test automation hub was established in 2013) – is a fully-equipped testing centre that provides dedicated testing equipment and personnel across all major mobile OS platforms.
Graham Beneke, co-chair of South Africa's Internet Service Providers' Association (ISPA) and a network engineer, has been appointed to the National Broadband Advisory Council. Beneke welcomed his appointment, saying it presents a good opportunity for ISPA to provide an industry perspective as the country's broadband policy is implemented.