I keep track of resources on African telecommunications and internet issues using Pinboard. It’s great way to maintain web resources using semi-structured data. Here is an explanation of how you can get the most of out of the years of links I have collected.
Every year I produce an annual review of telecommunications infrastructure development in Africa, now in its fifth year. I also map the development of undersea and terrestrial fibre optic infrastructure development on and around the continent.
In order to better keep track of the wide variety of connectivity indexes, maps and statistics, I created this awesome list.
In my quest for Open Telecom Data and more transparency in general in the telecommunications sector, I maintain a wiki of good practice when it comes to transparency.
In response to the current pandemic, I also started this list of Country Responses regarding Internet access during COVID-19 Pandemic which now has several contributors.
All of the above resources are either under a Creative Commons 4.0 Attribution-Only license or in the case of the Country Responses, a CC0 license.