President Jacob Zuma has announced his support of the result of the South Sudan referendum, which was revealed on 7 February 2011 by Southern Sudan Referendum Commission chairperson Mohamed Ibrahim Khalil to President Omar al-Bashir.
• Sudan vote boosts airline industry
Next time you search for South Africa in Wikipedia, you may do so in any of the country’s 11 official languages. That's because South Africa is getting its own Wikipedia chapter, the first of its kind on the continent.
• Internet revolution for Africa
The African continent’s telecommunications industry has enormous potential for growth, and senior level executives from major corporates around the world are getting a taste of the size of this market at the Next Generation Telecoms Africa Summit in Nairobi, Kenya.
• Mobile opportunities in Africa
Although it’s been less than a year since Kenya Airways introduced daily flights to Juba, the capital of Southern Sudan, business is booming for the East African nation’s carrier as passengers flock to vote or observe the referendum currently on the go there.
• Sudan brews its own beer industry