The government through the Ministry of Information and Communication Technology on Wednesday announced plans to establish a universal internet connectivity access fund targeting rural schools and clinics in the country. The Namibia Press Agency reports that Deputy Minister of Information and Communication Technology, Emma Theofelus said that government would first establish the fund for internet connectivity before its services are rolled out to secondary schools and clinics in under-served and unserved areas.
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