BIHL launches the Cyber City Kgotla

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Botswana Innovation Hub (BIH) has launched the Cyber City Kgotla, which is anticipated to facilitate the development and growth of innovative technology ideas among young innovators.

The Cyber City Kgotla provides Information Communication Technology (ICT) services such as provision of physical co-working space, access to high speed Internet, technical and business training, as well as testing platforms. All services would be free to users.

Launching the facility on Thursday, BIH ICT Developer Community Officer, Tirelo Ramasedi said the Cyber City Kgotla was intended to create an environment within the ICT park, where start-up technology entrepreneurs, multinational organisations, local ICT businesses and researchers could meet to dialogue and exchange knowledge. She said they were committed to adding value, with the ultimate output of social and economic solutions being created for Botswana and the rest of the world.

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