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Senator Guy Loando has decided to respond to the concerns of the President of the Republic in terms of digital inclusion. The populations of the province of Equateur will soon have better access to the Internet. The Widal Foundation will bring broadband to Equateur Province, Democratic Republic of Congo. It signed a memorandum of understanding to this...

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South Africa’s Public Investment Corporation (PIC) and Saudi investors are in talks to avoid a potential liquidation of pan-African operator Smile Telecoms Holdings, reports Bloomberg, citing people familiar with the matter. If PIC, which owns a minority stake and is a creditor to Smile, fails to reach an agreement over an outstanding put option with the...

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The government of DR Congo is determined to accelerate the digital transformation of the country. Operators will take part by providing access to telecoms to more people. The mobile telephone operator Orange RDC has offered the technical expertise of the Canadian company NuRAN, specializing in the supply of mobile and broadband wireless infrastructure solutions, to extend...

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In view of all the advantages offered by digital technology, demonstrated with the coronavirus crisis, the Democratic Republic of the Congo has decided to embrace it. But to achieve this, the government first wants to improve people’s access to the Internet. On January 17 and 18, 2021, Christian Katende, president of the Congo Post and Telecommunications...

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In an effort to bring order to the market for the provision of Internet services, the DRC’s telecoms regulator has identified the only companies with authorization. He has released their names to the public so that no one will ignore those who are operating fraudulently in the country. The Congo Post and Telecommunications Regulatory Authority (ARPTC)...

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President Felix Tshisekedi has announced plans to directly manage the development of Democratic Republic of Congo’s (DRC’s) digital economy himself, via a new instrument referred to as ‘Presidential Digital Coordination’. The president informed the Council of Ministers that due to the importance of the country’s transformation into a digital economy he intends to establish the...

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Egypt’s Benya Group said it has signed an agreement with the Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC) to develop the country’s communications infrastructure. Under the agreement, Benya will spearhead the development of the DRC’s ICT infrastructure by establishing an end-to-end National Fibre Optics Network (NFON) there. The project will connect all cities digitally, and significantly improve...

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From September 24, 2020, counterfeit phones will have more difficulty accessing the telecoms network in the DRC. The registration system for mobile devices which will come into operation, piloted by the telecoms regulator, will aim to identify and block them. The government of the Democratic Republic of the Congo, through the Ministry of Posts, Telecommunications and...