Towards an integrated information society policy in South Africa: an overview of political rhetoric and policy initiatives 1994-2000
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South Africa's challenge in the information age is to produce content reflecting the strength of our diverse culture while developing skills and access to access the invaluable resources: knowledge and information. This paper analyses government policy regarding information technology through speeches, policy debate and policy documents in the absence formal policy processes.
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