English Issue Archives

  • Sudan archiving project turns dry-as-dust documents into bits for easy access
  • Southern Africa leads the way with new trends, says just-published report
  • Imagining the future: Africa looking forward five years from now
  • Apple makes a comeback in Africa with the halo effect of the iPod
  • Thank you for your purchase – a mobile phone turns into a credit card terminal
  • THE OPENING OF THE MARKET KICKSTARTS A STAGNANT INTERNET SECTOR
  • SA's USALs get off to a slow start by reselling mobile minutes
  • Mauritius special report - A status check on progress to the "cyber island" dream
  • WSIS special: World Bank offers East African fibre consortium EASSy funding
  • Twenty African countries have introduced broadband and more set to follow, says new report
  • Knysna - Africa's first municipal wi-fi broadband network offers VOIP and internet access
  • Zantel's new CEO Noel Herrity on expansion plans, IP networks and its investment in EASSY
  • Uganda's Bwindi telecentre collects data on gorillas and targets tourists and locals
  • New wave of African VOIP operators emerge from the shadows of the grey market
  • South Africa's Business Connexion finds new business growth from across the continent
  • Bottom-of-the pyramid markets - the sub-USD100 laptop and the search for the holy grail
  • Top story: African telecoms skills levels on the rise but still gaps in revenue assurance and logistics
  • MWEB Nigeria uses non line-of-sight wireless to pitch broadband and VOIP services
  • Ethiopia puts off privatising ETC but rolls out nationwide fibre network
  • Enablis gives ICT entrepreneurs much needed early-stage finance and support