ICT Africa Article Writing Contest
The ICT Africa article writing contest is intended to promote awareness of ongoing development of ICT in Africa. The contest will provide an incentive for journalists, engineers and all those interested in ICT in Africa to be more engaged in the technology as it relates to the development of Africa.Prizes
Other benefits of participating in the contest
All submitted articles will be reviewed for originality, benefit to the African ICT community and writing style. All articles that meet the minimum requirements will be published on the front page of ICT Africa and links to the articles will be automatically posted to our Twitter, Facebook, Linkedin and Google+ pages.
ICT Africa is a popular website, visited daily by thousands of people interested in ICT in Africa. We also have over 20 000 social media followers. If selected for publication, your article will get a lot of focus from our website visitors and social media followers. This is a great opportunity for you to get your name out into the ICT industry.
In order to put together a compelling article you will obviously have to do a lot of research and sharpen your knowledge of the technology and industry in the process.
This is a great opportunity for you to get respect and valuable feedback from people in the industry at home and abroad.
Article submission guidelines
Select any topic on telecommunications or information technology. The list below is a guide of some of the popular ICT topics for consideration but any other topics on ICT in Africa will be considered. To make sure your topic is appropriate and is as interesting as possible, you are encouraged to contact us before you start putting together your article. We will be happy to send you some feedback.
Make sure you read all of the rules below before submitting!
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