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The World Bank plans to invest US$200-million in Ethiopia’s telecommunications industry but wants the country’s government to open this market up to competition. Ousmane Dione, World Bank country director for Ethiopia, Sudan, South Sudan and Eritrea said the organisation will invest in Ethiopia’s digital economy and drive a new Digital Ethiopia Foundations project. He said...

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The government of Togo has set a cap on the number of active SIM cards that any individual can own, Togo First reports. According to a press release by the Regulatory Authority for Electronc Communications and Posts (Autorite de Regulation des Communications Electroniques et des Postes, ARCEP), on 29 April 2021 the Minister of Digital Economy and Transformation,...

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While the deadline for accepting WhatsApp’s new terms of service and privacy policy still looms on 15 May, there are also several other major changes for the platform in the works. These include new features such as end-to-end encrypted backups, migrating between Android and iOS, WhatsApp Payments, and the ability to review voice notes before...

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The Algerian government has maintained competition in the national telecoms market. It approved the continuity of the activities of Mobilis and Djezzy. The two operators, with the largest number of subscribers, play a major role in the country’s digital transformation. Mobilis, a subsidiary of Algeria Telecom, and Djezzy have obtained the renewal of their license to establish...

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Safaricom, Kenya’s biggest telecommunications operator, posted a drop in its full-year core earnings as the impact of the Covid-19 pandemic cut revenue from financial services and calls, though it predicted a recovery based on second-half numbers. The firm, partly owned by South Africa’s Vodacom and Britain’s Vodafone, said on Thursday its earnings before interest and taxes...