South African Internet Governance Forum 2016 -Collaborative Partnerships

ZAIGF16 Partners

ZAIGF2016 Partners DTPS The Department of Telecommunications and Postal Services
The Department of Telecommunications and Postal Services

The Department’s objectives are in line with the country’s National Development Plan, which recommends developing a co-ordinated and enabling ICT strategy and a plan that cuts across government departments and sectors to improve e-literacy.

www.dtps.gov.za
ZAIGF2016 Partners DOC The Department of Communications
The Department of Communications

The new DoC came into being after a proclamation transferred powers and functions to new Ministers as announced on 25 May 2014 by President Jacob Zuma.

www.doc.gov.za
ZAIGF2016 Partners ISOC Internet Society Gauteng Chapter
Internet Society Gauteng Chapter

To promote the open development, evolution, and use of the Internet for the benefit of all people throughout the Gauteng Province.

www.isoc-gauteng.org.za
ZAIGF2016 Partners SACF South African Communication Forum
South African Communication Forum (SACF)

SACF represents some of the leading stakeholders in the Telecommunication, Electronic Media, Postal, IT, Electronic Manufacturing and Broadcasting Industries.

www.sacomforum.org.za
ZAIGF2016 Partners ISPA iWeek
iWeek

iWeek is South Africa’s leading annual Internet industry conference, and has been held each year since 2001.

www.iweek.org.za
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WHAT?


The South African Internet Governance Forum 2016 (ZAIGF 2016) will be held at the Wanderers Club from the 22-23 September 2016, during ISPA's iWeek, under the theme: 'Internet Governance in South Africa - Harnessing ICT to Achieve Economic Inclusion'.

WHO?


The National Internet Governance Forum is being hosted by the Department of telecommunications and Postal Services in partnership with ISPA, ISOC-Gauteng, SACF and the Department of Communications.

WHY?


Because information and communications technologies (ICT) accelerate progress and drive development for individuals and territories alike, their importance is strategic for society as a whole.

Catch the Keynote Addresses

Thought leaders opening the most pivotal event for the future of the Internet in S.A

DTPS Minister Siyabonga Cwele
Minister Siyabonga Cwele

Minister of Telecommunications and Postal Services,R.S.A

ICANN Pierre Dandjinou
Pierre Dandjinou

VP, ICANN Africa

African Union Elham Ibrahim
H.E. Dr. Elham M.A. Ibrahim

AU Commissioner for Infrastructure and Energy

Internet Society Kathryn Brown
Kathryn Brown

CEO - Internet Society