Cameroon to increase telephone digits in November

Cameroon to increase telephone digits in November

The number of telephone digits in Cameroon will be increased from eight to nine come 21 November 2014, the telecoms regulator, l’Agence de Régulation des Télécommunications (ART), announced recently at a press briefing. Read More

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Thursday 16 Oct

IPO not foreigner-friendly

The CEO of BTCL, Paul Taylor, has allayed fears that foreigners resident in Botswana will snap up shares reserved for locals when his organisation starts the Initial Public Offering in November. »
Thursday 16 Oct

Africa lags on digital migration

Only three African countries have so far completed the digital migration process, and serious issues are hampering the migration in other nations.  »
Wednesday 15 Oct

Congo Brazzaville’s bid to switch to e-agriculture

The Central African nation of Congo-Brazzaville has 10 million hectares of arable land, but has so far used only 2% of that land. Analysts believe that the country could 'move mountains' and eradicate hunger with the use of ICTs in improving agriculture.»
Wednesday 15 Oct

Malawi Agriculture transport system automated

In partnership with Techno Brain, Malawi’s Agriculture Ministry has launched the first Automated Fleet Management Information System in public service in Malawi.»
Tuesday 14 Oct

Presidential hopefuls face off on radio

GabzFM has set 22 October as the day when Botswana's presidential hopefuls will tell the electorate what they will do for them if voted into the highest office in the country.»
Saturday 11 Oct

Telecom Namibia starts work on govt fibre network

Telecom Namibia Managing Director Frans Ndoroma says the national telecommunications services provider has started constructing a fibre-based network to connect the central government to the administrative capitals of all 14 regions in the country.»
Friday 10 Oct

NCC slams indigenous firms over incompetence

The Nigerian Communications Commission has slammed indigenous operators in the industry over ‘incompetence and culture of impunity’.»
Thursday 9 Oct

Malawi explores initiatives for rural mobile roll-out

The Government of Malawi is exploring ways and means to reach out to the far-flung areas with mobile phone service communication in line with the country’s revised Communications Act. »
Tuesday 7 Oct

BOCRA cracks whip on hospitality industry

The Botswana Communications and Regulation Authority (BOCRA) has issued guidelines on minimum internet connectivity requirements for Botswana’s hospitality industry. »
Tuesday 7 Oct

Stakeholders engage Batswana at Gaborone IPO Awareness meeting

As promised by the Botswana Telecommunications Limited (BTCL) stakeholders held the first of two diPitso (consultative meetings) on the upcoming BTCL IPO. »
Saturday 4 Oct

Togo province’s website exposes hidden side to tourists

A new website showcasing Togo’s Kara region is being credited with an influx of tourists and travellers.»
Friday 3 Oct

Court clears coast for NITEL privatisation

Nigeria's Bureau for Public Enterprises has secured a court confirmation for the appointment of a guided liquidator for the privatisation of NITEL and its mobile arm, MTel.»
Monday 29 Sep

Supreme Court rules on digital signal distribution

Kenya’s Supreme Court has set aside a ruling by the Appeal Court on digital TV and ordered the CAK to reopen licensing of digital signal distribution for 90 days.»
Monday 29 Sep

Kenya’s Supreme Court rules on digital migration

Kenya’s television viewers are expected to know today whether their analogue sets will be switched off.»
Saturday 27 Sep

ICT ‘holds hope for Africa’

Minister Omobola Johnson says the ICT industry holds hope of a better future for the African continent. »
Thursday 25 Sep

DRC brings in ICTs to combat deforestation, timber theft

The Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC) has one of the biggest rainforests in the world, but lack of resources and expertise and political will, and corruption are the primary obstacles to fight the illegal exploitation of these rainforests by foreign companies and unscrupulous local businessmen.»


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Growing African focus on data securityGrowing African focus on data security

Beachhead Solutions’ new SA and Mauritius country manager explains the challenges and solutions around securing customer data and compliance with new personal information legislation.


Africa lags on digital migration Africa lags on digital migration

Only three African countries have so far completed the digital migration process, and serious issues are hampering the migration in other nations.  


CNN, MultiChoice name top African Journalist 2014

Kenyan journalist Joseph Mathenge has been awarded the top prize at this year’s CNN MultiChoice African Journalist 2014 Awards Ceremony.