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Mining Futures: Beyond the Headlines
The contribution of this paper to the body of knowledge is the application of six pillar approach of futures studies (developed by Inayatullah, 2008) to the mining industry. The six pillar approach p

Author: Umar Sheraz
Organisation: COMSTECH
Publish Date: 2010
Mining in Africa – Towards 2020
The Africa mining industry is centuries old, and its outlook continues to be bright. The continent’s regional distribution of key minerals focusses precious metals in Southern, West and East Africa,

Author: KPMG Africa
Organisation: KPMG Africa
Publish Date: 2013
Mining in the Future: Autonomous Robotics for Safer Mines
Outlines the application of an autonomous robotics platform in performing safety surveys and mapping of active mines.
Author: Ali Shahdi
Organisation: CSIR South Africa
Publish Date: October 2012
mLearning: Doing the unthinkable and reaching the unreachable
mLearning: Doing the unthinkable and reaching the unreachable
Author: Tom Brown
Organisation: University of Pretoria
Publish Date: 2008
MMOGs and the Future of Literature
Over the last 40 years, the computer game has evolved from humble beginnings in American research laboratories to a multi-billion dollar business that threatens to dwarf Hollywood. One game genre in

Author: Julian Kücklich
Organisation: University of Ulster, Coleraine, Northern Ireland
Publish Date: 2007
Mobile Africa Report 2011: Regional Hubs of Excellence and Innovation
This report draws on primary research (including questionnaires sent to key mobile stakeholders in Africa) as well as secondary research (reports and articles from AfricaNext, BizCommunity, Dataxis I

Author: Dr Madanmohan Rao
Organisation: MobileMonday
Publish Date: 2011
Mobile Government: E-Government for Mobile Societies: Stocktaking of Current Trends and Initiatives
During the past decades, mobile technologies have influenced our lives significantly. In the typical western ‘always-on society’, people are used to be available round the clock and to have access to

Author: Thomas Zefferer
Organisation: Secure Information Technology Center – Austria
Publish Date: 2011
Mobile Learning Objects Deployment and Utilization in Developing Countries
The increasing ability to access Internet via mobile devices means that learning objects can be deployed and utilized on those devices. Increasing research attention has been accorded to the design a

Author: Paul B. Muyinda, Jude T. Lubega, Kathy Lynch
Organisation: International Journal of Computing and ICT Research, Special Issue Vol. 4, No. 1, October 2010
Publish Date: 2010
Mobile phone technology and its possible future application in the field of education in Kenya
The majority of effort with regards to information and communication technology in lesser developed countries will inevitably focus on decreasing the digital divide with more developed countries. The

Author: Jan Bezuidenhout
Organisation: Jan Bezuidenhout
Publish Date: 29 July 2011
Mobile Phones and Financial Services in Developing Countries: A Review of Concepts, Methods, Issues, Evidence and Future Research Directions
Research concerning mobile phones and financial services in developing countries has undergone rapid growth in recent years. This paper seeks to improve understanding of this expanding research area

Author: Richard Duncombe, Richard Boateng
Organisation: Institute for Development Policy and Management, SED
Publish Date: 2009
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