Africa’s New Engine: Middle-class consumers to drive prosperity

One of the noticeable things across Africa these days is how many people have cell phones—71 percent of adults in Nigeria, for example, 62...

Africa: Cable and Wireless rebrands as Afinis

The Cable and Wireless Communications (CWC) company is re-launching its African operations under a new brand, Afinis Communications. The company said in a statement...

SA: SATNAC opens doors for students

Information Communications and Technology (ICT) students will have an opportunity to showcase their research and network with industry leaders, when the South African Telecommunication...

Easy Taxi launches installment initiative with Al Ahleya for 10,000 smart phones for taxi...

Discounted smartphones to help taxi drivers join the EasyTaxi network & increase their revenues Cairo - Easy Taxi, the world's largest taxi booking mobile application...

BlackBerry Passport To Launch In South Africa Early November 2014

1:1 Aspect Ratio and Touch-Enabled Keyboard Challenge Industry’s Status Quo South Africa – Johannesburg – BlackBerry Limited (NASDAQ: BBRY; TSX: BB), a global leader in...

Education Partnership reduces University internet costs

A global education partnership is working to help selected pioneer African universities make significant savings on their internet bandwidth costs. Through the Bandwidth Consortium (BWC)...

Nigeria: Airtel Wins Triple at Industry Awards

Leading telecommunications services provider, Airtel Nigeria (http://www.airtel.com) on Saturday night clinched three industry Awards at the prestigious 8th edition of the Nigerian Telecoms Awards. The...

178m phones at risk in Middle East and Africa

Palo Alto Networks Unveils Security Risks in Android Internal Storage. New research shows potential for attack in more than 94% of popular Android mobile...

Telkom launches uncapped business broadband

Telkom Business has unveiled its first uncapped fixed-line broadband products targeted at small and medium enterprises, with data-only options starting at R595/month for 384kbit/s...

Tanzania: Mobile Financial Services Users Up

Zanzibar — MAINTAINING trust, security and low cost in mobile financial services (MFS) could be some of the challenges in developing the services in...

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