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How many people have access to a computer in the different countries in Africa?

The International Telecommunication Union’s (ITU) Digital Development Dashboard provides a clear picture of digital progress around the world. Based on the latestITU figures, here are the percentages of households with computers in various African countries: Cameroon: 18%, Egypt: 70%, Kenya: 9%, Morocco: 68%, Nigeria: 6%, South Africa: 27% and Tanzania: 3%.

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