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IEET > Contributors > Lee-Roy Chetty

Lee-Roy Chetty

Lee-Roy Chetty began his career in advertising at Ogilvy Cape Town, working as a digital strategist on some of South Africa’s biggest and most loved brands. He holds a masters degree in media studies from the University of Cape Town and the University of Massachusetts, Amherst. A two-time recipient of the National Research Fund Scholarship, he is currently completing his PhD at UCT and an economics degree with Unisa. He is the author of Imagining Web 3.0 and the science, media and technology contributing editor with Radio 2000. He was recently selected by the United Nations as one of 70 young global shapers to form a UN think tank in Geneva, Switzerland researching opportunities and challenges in a world of seven billion people.


"The importance of universal healthcare"   Ethical Technology  Aug 28, 2013

"Greater economic integration within the Southern Africa"   Ethical Technology  Aug 8, 2013

"Maximizing Africa’s agriculture for economic growth"   Ethical Technology  Jul 31, 2013

"Africa and its impact on world trade"     Jul 23, 2013

"Filling in the gaps – understanding white space spectrum"   Ethical Technology  Jul 10, 2013

"Key variables which impact the demand for labor in Africa"   Ethical Technology  Jun 11, 2013

"The Role of Agriculture in Meeting Socioeconomic Needs"   Ethical Technology  May 31, 2013

"Africa’s competitiveness mandate"   Ethical Technology  May 12, 2013

"Key variables which impact employment on the African continent"   Ethical Technology  May 8, 2013

"Managing climate change on the African continent"   Ethical Technology  Apr 28, 2013

"Managing mineral and agricultural wealth better on the African continent"   Ethical Technology  Apr 21, 2013

"Sub-Saharan Africa’s economic engines of growth"   Ethical Technology  Apr 15, 2013

"Connecting Africa"   Ethical Technology  Apr 8, 2013

"Africa’s economic outlook in 2013 and beyond"   Ethical Technology  Apr 1, 2013

"Sub-Saharan Africa’s expectation gap"   Ethical Technology  Mar 24, 2013

"Potential drought resilience strategies for the Horn of Africa"   Ethical Technology  Mar 18, 2013

"South Africa’s economic outlook in 2013"   Ethical Technology  Mar 12, 2013

"Africa’s progress on governance"   Ethical Technology  Mar 2, 2013

"The state of broadband access in sub-Saharan Africa"     Feb 22, 2013

"The demand for biofuels from the African continent"   Ethical Technology  Feb 15, 2013

"Insurance strategies for the most vulnerable in Africa"   Ethical Technology  Feb 9, 2013

"Mobile technology – creating an enabling environment in Africa"   Ethical Technology  Feb 3, 2013

"Primary education variables in the Developing world"   Ethical Technology  Jan 25, 2013

"Innovation for job creation"   Ethical Technology  Jan 24, 2013

"Disgrace in our winelands (African Futures Project)"   Ethical Technology  Jan 20, 2013

"The Importance of Social Safety Nets on the African Continent"   Ethical Technology  Jan 19, 2013

"The Future of Water in African Cities"   Ethical Technology  Jan 18, 2013

"Promoting the Use of Clean Stoves in the Developing World"   Ethical Technology  Dec 18, 2012

"A new season of cooperation between ICANN and ITU"   Ethical Technology  Dec 16, 2012

"Ensuring Energy Access for All in Africa"   Ethical Technology  Nov 26, 2012

"Africa’s 2040 Employment Problem"   Thought Leader  Oct 26, 2012

"Investment Flows Back into Africa"   Thought Leader  Oct 24, 2012

"Making Information Mobile"   Ethical Technology  Oct 22, 2012

"The Role of Science and Technology in the Developing World in the 21st Century"   Ethical Technology  Oct 3, 2012

"How Networking is Transforming Politics"   Thought Leader  Sep 19, 2012

"Imagining Web 3.0"   Thought Leader  Sep 16, 2012

"The Importance of Private Sector Growth and Development in Africa"   Thought Leader  Sep 12, 2012

"Africa on Track for Millennium Goals"   Thought Leader  Aug 30, 2012

"The Link Between the Environment, Poverty and Development in South Africa"   Thought Leader  Aug 2, 2012

"The Rise of the Slacktavist"   Thought Leader  Jul 20, 2012

"Keeping Africa’s Growth Up, Poverty Down"   Thought Leader  Jul 15, 2012


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