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Since the outbreak of COVID-19 the education sector is one of the victims of it. Following this, the Ethiopian government is toiling on various educational applications to support and sustain the education sector. The Higher Education Relevance and Quality Agency (HERQA) recently issued a guideline for the HERQA’s information management system to update the system...

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In Nigeria, the two major mobile telecoms operators have returned ‘great’ trading figures even though the coronavirus pandemic has been wreaking havoc to people health and economic well-being. MTN Nigeria’s reporting showed that the company is still maintaining its double-digit growth trajectory, with declared revenue growth of 12.6 per cent. Airtel Nigeria said its quarterly results were...

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Liquid Telecom Group CEO Nic Rudnick has cleared up uncertainty around the company’s recently announced strategic repositioning and retrenchments in South Africa. The confusion started on Tuesday 4 August following a press statement by Liquid Telecom South Africa about the “strategic repositioning as Liquid Intelligent Technologies”. The statement lacked clarity and contained dubious statements, like Liquid Telecom “providing...

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Ethio Telecom hopes to make a lot of money from renting its existing infrastructure to the incoming operators, hence strongly opposing additional infrastructure entrants One of the last remaining telecoms monopolies in the world, Ethiopia is slowly moving towards liberalising its market, announcing in 2019 that it would be allowing two new service operators into...

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The Minister of Communications and Digital Economy, Dr. Isa Pantami has urged all federal government parastatals under the supervision of his ministry, to promote the country’s digital economy initiative. Pantami, who presented the keynote address during a virtual forum organised recently by the Association of Telecoms Companies of Nigeria (ATCON), said the COVID-19 pandemic, which...

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Zimbabwe’s state-owned fixed telecommunications operator TelOne has launched an online e-learning platform, Impact Learning, expected to add value to its existing Centre for Learning. Impact Learning has been in the works for years, but COVID-19 and the increased use of online education platforms has expedited the process. TelOne managing director, Chipo Mtasa said: “The Coronavirus...