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On the initiative of Fréderic Debord, CEO of Orange Cameroun and Moïse Bayi, CEO of Nexttel, there is now the Association of Mobile Concession Operators in Cameroon (AOCTM). ” The creation of this association is going in the right direction. It will provide more channels of exchange and sharing between telecom operators, regulator and supervisory administration , “said Fréderic
Information Communication Technology (ICT) professionals have called for a review of the Cybercrime and Cybersecurity Bill to provide for the inclusion of more independent experts in the envisaged 11-member Cybersecurity Committee. Speaking at a Cybersecurity and Digital Economy Workshop recently, Mr Kevin Ngalonde of Dandemutande said at least 30 percent of people on the committee
The department of communications & digital technologies was meant to publish the policy direction on the assignment of broadband spectrum in South Africa last Friday, but failed to do so. Nthabeleng Mokitimi-Dlamini, the spokeswoman for communications minister Stella Ndabeni-Abrahams, told TechCentral on Friday that the policy direction on so-called unassigned high-demand spectrum has been finalised. However,
Findings in separate reports released by the IMF, World Bank and GSMA support the notion that mobile money growth in Sub-Saharan Africa (SSA) will increase substantially in the next five years. Growth is expected from mobile-enabled platforms that will increasingly disrupt traditional value chains across the region. The number of registered mobile money accounts in