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Algeria: Imane Houda Feraoun announces a call for tenders for the deployment of 3G in rural and tourist areas
Minister of Post, Telecommunications, Technology and Digital, Imane Houda Feraoun, announces the launch of a national tender for the deployment of mobile network 3 rd generation in rural and tourist areas. She spoke on the subject on February 12, 2019, during a visit to the wilaya of Tissemsilt, during which she proceeded to the inauguration of the
Zimbabwean operator Econet has launched a rural electrification programme called Ugesi Energy, so support enterprises and create employment, reports The Herald. Ugesi is the second Econet energy business, following the launch two years ago of Distributed Power Africa (DPA), its solar business with a focus on building large solar energy systems for commercial and industrial
Government has asked telecommunications companies to provide affordable services to the public by lowering various telecommunication costs. Government officials also want telecommunication companies to ensure that there is equitable distribution of internet services within the countryside to minimize the digital divide in the country. The Prime Minster Dr Ruhakana Rugunda, in a speech read delivered
Some capital market operators have expressed mixed feelings on the planned listing by introduction of the shares of MTN Nigeria on the Nigerian Stock Exchange (NSE) in June. The operators spoke with the News Agency of Nigeria (NAN) in separate interviews in Lagos. They were reacting to the recent announcement by Rob Shuter, President and