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5 Tech Trends Redefining Nigeria’s Digital Landscape

In the heart of Africa's burgeoning tech ecosystem, Nigeria, often referred to as the "Giant of Africa," is not only a regional economic leader but also stands at the forefront of technological innovation. It emerges as a beacon of innovation,...

2022 Predictions: Innovations that will reshape business in Kenya

According to mobile marketing provider CM.com, today many businesses are still responding to changes in the business environment brought on by the COVID-19 pandemic. The global crisis introduced the necessity to innovate, forcing many to rethink how they communicate...

Why Getting Students Online Poses a Major Challenge

The COVID-19 lockdown has forced many schools, colleges and educational institutions to rapidly switch to online learning.  Although there are many advanced online learning platforms available, the one critical factor that still remains is reliable connectivity to online learning platforms....

The battle for campus connectivity – what can we learn from smart cities?

One of the key challenges universities face today is how to keep up with the ever-growing connectivity demands of staff and students. Students expect to receive all their data and services wirelessly, and professors and researchers expect to be...

Vanu partners Africa Mobile Networks to deliver mobile connection services in Africa

  Vanu announced the expansion of its ongoing agreement with Africa Mobile Networks (AMN) to supply mobile network infrastructure in support of AMN's mission to serve rural communities in sub-Saharan Africa. With orders exceeding 2,500 systems this year, AMN has...

Transforming today’s digital revolution into a development revolution

ITU Secretary-General Houlin Zhao says innovation, inclusivity, infrastructure and investment form the "4 I's" that are critical to boosting the economy, bridging the digital divide, and leveraging the power of ICTs to advance sustainable development. He was speaking at the...

MTN and Ericsson partnership with WPDI to enable mobile connectivity in Uganda

MTN and Ericsson in a partnership with the Whitaker Peace & Development Initiative (WPDI), have announced the successful graduation of 80 youth peacemakers at Hope North in Northern Uganda. Ericsson has been working with WPDI since 2014 to help youths...

“Mobile is changing everything” – Qualcomm VP

In many developing regions, including large parts of Africa, mobile connectivity is more prevalent than electricity or running water. According to the GSMA Mobile Economy sub-Saharan Africa (SSA) report, in the last five years SSA has been the fastest...
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