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Ghana Police to combat miscommunication with new website

In an attempt to combat miscommunication between the police and the public, The Ghana Police Service has announced its intentions to launch a new website that will assist in gathering detailed information about crime in the country. The website will also provide vital information...

MTN Ghana, Police Tackle Mobile Money Fraud

MTN Ghana have joined forces with the Ghana Police Service and e-Crime Bureau in a bid to tackle the threat of mobile money fraud in the country. According to telecompaper, the two organisations held a day's workshop at the Police...

Kenya’s Safaricom says national police surveillance system live

Kenya’s Safaricom says a new national police surveillance system has gone live. Despite a number of groups voicing concerns over the new system and what it could mean for privacy in the East African country, the country has gone...

Globacom rolls out 110 000 free police telephone lines

Nigerian telecommunication provider Globacom has installed 110 000 toll-free lines within the country’s police force, which will help officers to combat crime and stay in contact with their families.   Globacom’s spokesperson Babatunde Amunikoro said that the free telephone lines will also...

MTN Uganda loses billions in scam

Ugandan police are currently investigating their first case of mobile money fraud. According to a statement released by MTN Uganda on Wednesday, a scam has cost them billions of shillings. The scam included at least two companies police said. Investigations are...

Cyber café operators team up with police to fight fraudulent activities

SOUTH African cybernet café operators have teamed up with police to deal with customers that abuse their equipment to engage in fraudulent activities. The operators said owing to the prevalence of production of fraudulent documents such as identity books and...
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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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