[AFRI-Discuss] Internet South Africa - *new* introduction

tijani.benjemaa at topnet.tn tijani.benjemaa at topnet.tn
Thu May 9 09:57:43 UTC 2019

  Hello Adri,


  Happy to work with you and Theo

  Are you now the new contact for ISOC SA replacing Alan?

  In any case, if you are not yet on the AFRALO mailing list, plz tell me
and I will make you added

  Welcome to AFRALO.



Adri Baard <adri.baard at gmail.com> a écrit :

> Good morning RALO members       
>    Theo and I look forward to working with you.
>    Kind regards
>    Adri
>      On Tue, May 7, 2019 at 6:12 PM Alan Levin <alan at isoc.org.za> wrote:
>> Dear Friends and Colleagues,               
>>        I do hope this email finds you all well. It has been a while and
>> I have a grey beard :)  There seem to be many mailing lists I would
>> appreciate your guidance.
>>        The Internet Society placed us a good predicament and we have
>> split ISOC-ZA  local activities from the chapter activities. I consider
>> the RALO as the chapter activity so this is now called Internet South
>> Africa - accepted as the Internet Society chapter of South Africa.
>>        The new Internet South Africa Board includes the following
>> volunteers, 
>>        Adri Loubser - Chairperson  <adri.baard at gmail.com>
>>        Theo Maseloanyane - Board Member <MSLTHE006 at myuct.ac.za>
>>        They have read the rules and promise to attend your telecon :)
>>        Please assist to guide them to get added. 
>>        I believe they will both make excellent ambassadors for South
>> Africa. 
>>        Thank you Mohamed El Bashir for your amazing service through
>> think and thin :)
>>        Sincerely
>>        Alan Levin
>> --
>>                            Alan Levin
>>           ----------------------------------
>>           Chairman ISOC-ZA
>>           +27 21 4882820 (ddi)
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