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IFC Joins Forces with Togocom for Digital Transformation Boost

IFC partnered with Togocom, a Togolese mobile operator and AXIAN Telecom subsidiary, to enhance access to quality mobile connectivity in Togo. The €55 million loan, structured in partnership with Société Générale Benin and Ecobank Togo, will aid Togocom in modernizing...

Liquid Eyes Africa’s Largest Tech Markets After $250-Million Boost from IFC

The World Bank Group's International Finance Corporation (IFC) has announced a new partnership with South African tech group Liquid Intelligent Technologies (Liquid) to expand data center capacity and the rollout of fiber-optic cable across the continent. IFC’s equity and debt...

Nigeria: Publiseer to take part in the Next 100 African startups Initiative

The International Finance Corporation (IFC) and the Egyptian Ministry of Investment and International Cooperation (MIIC) have selected Nigeria's digital content distribution startup, Publiseer, to be part of the Next 100 African Startups Initiative. Publiseer will have the opportunity to participate...

IFC looks to empower women through phone program

The International Finance Corporation, a World Bank Group member, announced on Thursday a new initiative to help empower women in Africa. According to a press statement from the IFC, the new Village Phone program has already assisted in providing...

Nigeria to receive $79m telecoms investment

IHS Nigeria Plc (IHS) and Investec Asset Management, the International Finance Corporation (IFC), a member of the World Bank Group, and the Netherlands Development Finance Company (FMO) have concluded an agreement worth US$79 million (N11.9 billion). This agreement forms...

Helios Towers Africa gets $25m from IFC

International Finance Corporation (IFC), a member of the World Bank Group, on Wednesday announced a $25 million equity investment in Helios Towers Africa Limited (HTA) to help the company build and maintain mobile phone towers in several countries across...

Helios Towers secures funding for Nigerian expansion

Helios Towers Nigeria (HTN) secured an additional US $150 million in syndicated loans to expand communication technologies in Nigeria, according to cellular-news.com. The loan, extended by IFC, member of the World Bank Group, is part of an overall $250 million...
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Enhancing IoT Security with a Cyber Immune Solution

Internet of Things (IoT) devices, ranging from wearables to smart home appliances, are increasingly targeted by cybercriminals for...
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