Over 10 million people were using the internet in Nigeria in 2007, followed by 8.6 million in Egypt, and 7.3 million in Morocco.
Mobile signal is near universal in Tunisia, South Africa, Botswana and Mauritius, and scanty in Central African Republic, Ethiopia and Eritrea.
You’ll find plenty of bandwidth in Morocco, Tunisia and Mauritius, where speeds are more than 1.5MB/s per 10,000 of the population. But you’ll struggle in Nigeria, Chad and Burundi.
Secure servers are servers using encryption technology in Internet transactions. In this 2007 dataset of 30 African countries, Mauritius has the highest, at 42 per million inhabitants, and Ethiopia the least, at 0.01 per million.