English Issue Archives

  • African VoIP report reveals steady uptake of ip among carriers and grey market persisting despite price falls
  • Tradenet launches market intel platform for buying and selling agricultural goods
  • Four African countries try to turn back the clock by creating monopoly international gateways again
  • Jobs SMS services might offer mobile companies the killer app
  • Two new deals signal wider investor interest in African telecoms and internet
  • Vivendi goes into Sub-Saharan Africa with Onatel purchase
  • MTC Namibia signs push-to-talk trial with police
  • Blame the foreigner - Ghana Telecom’s Norwegian management kicked out
  • Battle for the cheap education computer hots up
  • Raid on Siemens throws new light on seamy side of buying and selling telco equipment
  • Kenya begins the countdown to cheap international fibre
  • Tunisie Telecom: Foley bought in to transform company’s culture
  • Satellite dominates cellular backhaul, says new study
  • South Africa’s coming convergence may hold lessons for rest of the continent
  • GSM>3G Africa 06: masters of the universe face a tougher climb
  • Walls come tumbling down: Uganda licences VoIP service provider
  • One for the money, two for the show…Cabo Verde Telecom launches IP-TV
  • Industry’s dirty little secret - cross-country transit prices keep SAT3 international bandwidth prices high
  • Mauritania: arrival of third operator will shake up cosy duopoly
  • EASSy parties in disconnect over end of the beginning– negotiations continue