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Who will attend the next ITNewsAfrica Innovation Dinner?

IT News Africa (www.itnewsafrica.com) has once again secured top-flight speakers as well as confirmed the attendance of executives, academics, regulators and industry analysts for the next Innovation Dinner. Sponsored by multinational ICT giants MTN Group and Hewlett-Packard, the bi-monthly Innovation...

Equitorial Guinea launches new telecom company

Equitorial Guinea has a new telecommunications company, as Guinea Ecuatorial Comunicaciones Sociedad Anonima (GECOMSA) aims to increase the country’s growing telecom needs. According to a statement from the newly launched operator, the “effort by the government to overcome the sector’s limitations”...

Sudanese angry over telecom tax hikes

The raising of taxes on all Internet, mobile and telecommunications services in Sudan have left many angry with the government. The move, approved in late December for the 2012 budget, is in order to overcome pitfalls from lost oil...

Tunisian ICT companies set sights on Libya

Tunisian businessmen have begun preparing for a new age of economic opportunities in Libya. Companies such as Groupe Mabrouk see new hope for increased economic growth now that a new era has been ushered. Groupe Mabrouk has a vast interest in...

Software AG appoints Executive Director for Corporate Affairs

Software AG  South Africa announced on 1 November 2011, the appointment of Ike Kunene as Executive Director: Corporate Affairs and Government Relations. Kunene's appointment includes a position on the local board of directors. “Ike will be responsible for government relations, the...

SAMENA conference attracts North African ICT companies

Telecommunications professionals as well as market leaders across South Asia, Middle East and North Africa are scheduled to meet next month in Qatar, to discuss key global technology developments. Prominent telecommunications experts as well as market leaders across South Asia,...

AfricaCom Awards: Gateway gets two nominations

Gateway Communications, a supplier of African telecommunications services, has been nominated in both the ‘Best Backhaul Solution for Africa’ and ‘Customer Service Excellence Award’ categories at this year’s AfricaCom Awards. The AfricaCom Awards recognises industry leaders and innovators in Africa’s...

KT in talks to acquire $600m stake in Telkom

Telecommunications company, KT Corporation (KT) is in talks with Telkom SA Limited (Telkom) about entering into a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) regarding a potential strategic venture and acquisition of a stake in Telkom. Should the two companies reach an agreement,...

8.ta prepaid airtime available through FNB

South Africa’s fourth mobile operator, 8·ta has entered into a collaboration with FNB to allow customers to purchase 8·ta’s prepaid airtime from the bank’s electronic channels including Cellphone Banking, Online Banking and FNB ATMs. “8·ta continues to...

Gateway renews Mozambique’s data licence

Gateway Communications, a supplier of pan-African telecommunications services, has renewed its 5 year data and wholesale licence in Mozambique. Gateway Communications’ Mozambican office first opened in 2001. Gateway Communications currently provides Mozambican customers with capacity on satellite, terrestrial connections and sub-sea...
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