InMobi focuses on Africa

InMobi, the global independent mobile advertising network, has made strategic moves to confirm its focus on the African continent. Isis Nyong'o, vice president and...

Liberia: Taxing International Inbound Calls – Is There a Middle Way?

Many African regulators' have introduced a tax on international inbound calls. It started with Côte d'Ivoire and then spread like a plague to Gabon,...

Globacom operation in Ghana scales NCA performance test

Globacom’s operation in Ghana has met key performance indicators set by the country’s telecom sector regulator, the National Communications Authority (NCA) for the years,...

Glo 1 cable launches in Ghana

As part of Globacom’s expansion drive in Africa, the Nigerian Second National Operator has launched its privately-funded submarine cable, Glo 1, in...

Tunisia: Media freedom helping to transform societies

As the world celebrates press freedom and takes stock of progress and challenges, in the context of World Press Freedom Day (WPFD), the main...

Media must empower women

By- SAnews.gov.za Geneva – The South African government has urged media houses across the world to use their clout to tell stories that empower women. In...

airtel to enhance Africa’s customer experience in 2011

Nairobi, Kenya – Bharti airtel – the world’s fifth largest telecom company – has its sights set on improving the African telecom infrastructure in...

Will ICT make Kenya Africa’s Silicon Valley?

Kenya is on the brink of becoming Africa’s ICT hub due to the continued growth in Internet and mobile technology use in East Africa’s...

How mobile phones are playing a role in African education

By Melanie Foster - AfricanBrains A recent piece published by the BBC provides some bleak facts to illustrate the dire need for education reform in...

Innovations drive 5G push into rural networks

The telecom operators in the Middle East and North Africa (MENA) countries face dual challenges of low telecom penetration and lower Average Revenue Per...

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