English Issue Archives

  • Indian Ocean islands agree a scheme to connect themselves by fibre
  • Tomorrow’s Internet users today – African universities play catch-up with online content
  • African countries’ ICT policy– going from the blah, blah, blah cycle to getting something done
  • Nigeria’s Galaxy Backbone gears up to meet the needs of 1 million civil servants
  • Nigeria’s Galaxy Backbone gears up to meet the needs of 1 million civil servants
  • Africa’s mobile newcomers target off-centre country markets
  • North Africa: Morocco to get full local loop unbundling in July 2008 and pressures to unbundle grow in Tunisia
  • SMS – Africa’s coming media generates millions of responses and revenues
  • Living with confusion – African operators find themselves pulled in new directions
  • Algerie Telecom becomes first operator to pioneer Fibre-To-The-Home strategy
  • Africa’s competition laboratory Kenya is the one to watch
  • France Telecom scores two in a row – will it make it a hat trick with Ghana?
  • West Africa: The great mobile pricing mystery – who’s cheap and who’s expensive
  • Marching to a different drum – Africa enters the age of mobile content
  • Rules of the game changing as DSL subs head for 1 million and international fibre prices fall to all-time low
  • Congo-Brazzaville’s incumbent Sotelco on the verge of bankruptcy
  • Continued high Internet and telecoms growth in West Africa, says new report
  • Low-cost voice operators: Technology without a business model yet in sight
  • Just as the power of the incumbent fades, the vertical integrators are on the march again
  • Ghana’s Soft Tribe carves itself a niche in the Nigerian ERP software market