English Issue Archives

  • Nigeria’s Mainstreet Technologies to build new international west coast fibre
  • The end of the beginning: DRC plans ambitious infrastructure development
  • Senegal – As competition starts, enter the new service providers
  • Tourist destinations the latest places to join Egypt’s hot-spot roll-out
  • The Nigerians are coming – investing in Benin and Ghana
  • Portugal Telecom to create separate African subsidiary to up its profile
  • Buyer beware: Maroc Telecom mired in fall-out from Gabon Telecom purchase
  • Mali: Mobile service helps bring down infant mortality
  • Benin: Regulator plays poker with Moov and MTN by cutting networks over increased licence fees
  • Kenya’s economy held back by lack of online payment authorisation systems
  • Power to the base stations – a modest proposition
  • Vyke introduces VoIP retail calls to Africa at near to wholesale rates
  • One laptop per child starting pilots in South Africa and Nigeria
  • Google appoints Wananchi’s Mucheru to head up its new operation
  • Two new fibre contenders – this time it’s Southern Africa
  • Transcorp looks at new carriers carrier strategy for“car wreck” Nitel
  • IATA e-ticketing deadline creeping up fast on Africa’s unprepared airlines
  • Kenya special: market gets ready for cheaper bandwidth
  • Second edition of BA voice and bandwidth projections forecast large increase in wireless broadband
  • Liberia: four mobile companies bring lowest prices in West Africa