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Tunisia welcomes online social voting

Tunisians will soon have another way to express their new democratic freedom. Toluna, the first social voting network, has put together a special task force to launch toluna.tn. This will allow the people of Tunisia to share their opinions and vote on...

France Telecom denies wrongdoing in Tunisia

The debacle over Tunisia’s Orange mobile operator continues, after France Telecom was accused of corruption in order to secure a share in Tunisia’s third mobile operating license. According to a French website, corruption and under-the-table bribes were employed last...

Tunisia may nationalize mobile operator

Earlier this month, rumors abounded that the Tunisian government was looking at the possibility of nationalizing the Orange mobile company in the country. Those rumors appear to be picking up steam, a ministry of communications source said on Tuesday...

Tunisia’s IT future uncertain

Tunisia’s information technology sector, especially telecommunications, has come under increased scrutiny in recent days. The most recent upheaval was the resignation of Technology Minister Afif Chelbi, amid continuing protests for change following President Ben Ali’s ouster in January. “There...

Tunisian Tech minister joins govt exodus

Three cabinet members resigned on Tuesday from Tunisia's interim government, state radio reported. Two of Tunisia's leading opposition figures, Minister of Higher Education Ahmed Brahim and Minister of Local Development Ahmed Nejib El Chebbi, were among the three resigned, and...

Tunisie Telecom chief resigns

Raouf Chkir, CEO of Tunisie Telecom has submitted his resignation from his post. He had replaced, only a few weeks ago, Montasser Ouaili who had also resigned earlier this year. Chekir had previously served among others as CEO of the...

France Telecom still confident in Africa, Middle East

Ongoing unrest in Libya and Algeria and the recent political upheavels in Egypt and Tunisia has not changed France Telecom's strategy to invest in Africa and the Middle East, a senior company executive said Monday. "There is no modification to...

Tunisiana’s status remains uncertain

Tunisia’s government is continuing the "reviewing" process of Princesse Holdings's stake in the telecommunications operator Tunisiana, the head of Qatar Telecom (Qtel) said. Princesse Holdings, the investment company run by Mohamed Sakher al Materi - a son-in-law of ousted president...

Tunisia’s IT privatization quandary

A revolution came to Tunisia, ousted a president and installed a new government. Now, a few weeks on from that momentous moment in Tunisian history, the information technology sector is going through a number of changes. Many believed it...

Tunisia concerned over IT stability

Tunisia's National Chamber of SSII, Infotica, expressed concern after the new government's request that Tunisie Telecom not be listed on IPO's, and the operator's dismissal of highly skilled staff. Infotica is concerned about the direct impact of this situation...
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