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How a Career in Cybersecurity Can Secure Your Future

According to a salary and hiring report by the professional recruitment group, Michael Page, cybersecurity is one of the top in-demand technology jobs in South Africa. Cybersecurity is an issue of critical importance and companies are prioritising hiring talent with...

Malawi Parliament calls for improved Mobile network coverage

Members of Parliament in Malawi have on Tuesday, 29 November 2017, called for improved mobile network coverage in areas of the country where coverage is limited. The members have condemned the irregular mobile network coverage in Malawi. Parliamentarian, Philipo Chinkhondo,...

Nigeria: Unfriendly business environment cause telecom worries

Nigeria is losing telecommunications companies and the head of the Association of Telecom Companies of Nigeria (ATCON) Titi Omo-Ettu has blamed the losses on the poor business environment facing the country. Analysts also say the loss of the companies is...

Graduates lead Uganda’s IT charge

Information technology companies and the telecommunications sector in Uganda are hopeful that a recent batch of outsourcing graduates will help bolster the country’s efforts to increase IT infrastructure and progress in the country. Some 500 students of the Makerere University...

Nokia files second ITC complaint against Apple

The United States International Trade Commission (ITC) has received a second complaint from Nokia alleging that Apple infringes additional Nokia patents in almost all of its products. Nokia alleges infringements by Apple in it's Mobile phones, portable music players...

Mugabe meddles with Zimbabwe communications ministry

Zimbabwe President Robert Mugabe has stripped the Ministry of Communications and Technology of some of its functions, a move sure to test the cohesion of the recently-formed government of national unity. This has led to harsh criticism of the...
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R500 Million to Expand Broadband in Townships & Rural Areas

This financial year, Vodacom Eastern Cape plans to invest R500 million as part of its larger digital inclusion strategy...
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