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The county government has signed a Memorandum of Understanding with a Chinese firm Comservice Kenya Ltd and Ahadi Africa Digital Project for the establishment of communication hubs within the county. The ICT and e-Government executive, George Lutomia asked the technical team to immediately embark on the work that will see learning institutions, urban areas and
The executive director of the Uganda Communications Commission (UCC), Mr Godfrey Mutabazi, has said they have installed equipment to detect counterfeit phones on the market. “We have already installed equipment, which is going to detect counterfeit phones so that at the point of purchase, you check it with a telecom company and you are told
Ethiopia presses ahead with privatising world’s largest telecoms monopoly The monopoly is the crown jewel in a programme that will open the market to foreign investors for the first time The privatisation of the world’s largest telecoms monopoly has moved a step closer after Ethiopia launched a search for an adviser on the sale of
South Africa’s third-biggest mobile operator has put core parts of the business up for sale as it struggles with R9 billion ($596 million) of debt and deepening losses. Cell C’s fibre network and base of billed customers are up for grabs, according to people familiar with the matter. The carrier is also in talks to