56% of Namibians have access to the Internet – Mushelenga

■ By Kaipaherue Kandjii

Namibia is making great strides at attaining its goal of providing access to the Internet for all its citizens.
However, efforts should be redoubled to achieve such a noble goal, the minister of information and communication technology, Peya Mushelenga, has implored.

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Mushelenga says, at present, 56 per cent of the total population has access to the Internet, whilst 72 per cent of Africa lacks mobile Internet, with nearly 200 million residing in areas devoid of mobile broadband network coverage.

Mushelenga, in his address at the African Telecommunications Day in the capital, emphasized that they want every citizen to enjoy access to the Internet in the foreseeable future.

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“Presently, about 56% of Namibians have access to the Internet, which means we need to redouble our efforts to ensure we achieve a 100% rate. Therefore, I call on local and international stakeholders and mobile operators to invest in setting up regional network towers, especially in remote areas.

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