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The eight-day bearish trend at the stock market was halted Thursday, following the successful listing of MTN Nigeria Communications Plc’s shares on the Nigerian Stock Exchange (NSE). The listing of 20.4 billion shares of MTN at N90 per share lifted the market capitalisation of exchange by N1.8 trillion to close the day at N12.5 trillion.
Egyptian mobile operator Etisalat Misr has set aside US$167.3-million to modernise its network, according to the company’s president and CEO Hazem Metwally. Metwally said the intention is to secure more revenue from internet services as the business works to offset the impact of a drop in subscriber numbers. This sum is more than half of
The Communications Regulatory Authority of Mozambique (ARECOM, formerly INCM) has awarded state-backed fixed and mobile operator Mocambique Telecom (TMCEL) a new unified telecommunications licence. The unified concession enables TMCEL to provide services regardless of the technology used, relaxing the rules covering areas such as spectrum usage and numbering. TMCEL executive Mohamed Jusob was quoted as saying that the operator ‘is
Zimbabwe’s Cabinet has approved the Broadcasting Services Amendment Bill which aims to merge the country’s media and telecoms regulators. The Broadcasting Authority of Zimbabwe (BAZ) and the Postal and Telecommunications Regulatory Authority of Zimbabwe (POTRAZ) are to be combined as the Broadcasting and Communications Authority, in a move which the government says will improve accountability