English Issue Archives

  • Satellite in Africa – Huge opportunities but it’s time for some disruptive business models
  • Rotten Wi-Fi – Driving better quality and speed in Wi-Fi hot-spots and 3G in Africa through getting consumer information
  • Africa’s transactional Internet will become an everyday experience – eBay-owned Gumtree gets 3-5 million uniques a month in South Africa
  • Cameroon gets itself into a dead end in the transition to 4G ' Granting a 3G monopoly is not the answer to the question
  • Speeding up the future - A strategy for Africa’s data future where Internet is widespread and prices are much lower
  • David takes on Goliath: South Africas Posix to offer Fibre-To-The-Home ahead of the big gorillas
  • LTE launched in Cote d’Ivoire by YooMee, more countries to follow
  • Naspers-owned comparison website and mobile app Price Check signs branded deal with MTN in South Africa and will sign another deal in Nigeria
  • OpenBTS 4.0 offers new opportunities for Africa’s mobile operators – Targeting remote locations and the transition to IP
  • Alliance For Affordable Internet wants to get Internet prices down to 5% of per capita income or below, focused on several African countries
  • Unbundling the sacred SIM identity – Movirtu creates a service offering soft phone and low cost international dialling with your mobile number
  • Ugandan mobile operator outsourcing company grows its revenues – Latest offer is fast market data intelligence
  • Central African Ministers sign Brazzaville Agreement, committing to Open Access but key signatories missing
  • Nigeria – Dancing around the threshold of a real broadband take-off
  • Mobile as Africa’s debit card: Mobile Money Integration Services is the next wave of mobile money growth
  • What the future of African broadband could look like – testing real-life LTE in Kampala
  • We Name The Guilty Men – Top 5 Monopoly Incumbents that Keep Prices High and Stall Market Development
  • Ghana’s Blu pitches content as the show-stopper for its new LTE service
  • The Battle Against High Fibre Prices from Monopoly Providers moves to Central Africa
  • The Battle Against High Fibre Prices from Monopoly Providers moves to Central Africa