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Zinox Technologies Ltd., Nigeria’s indigenous information technology company, is set to connect the entire South-east region to the information super-highway, with the rollout of broadband connectivity in the 95 local government areas in the region. The foregoing was disclosed by The Executive Vice-Chairman, Nigerian Communications Commission (NCC), Prof. Umar Garba Danbatta, who confirmed the planned...

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Consumers in Guinea, Mali, Mauritania and Senegal now have access to new data capacities. Provided by the Manantali Energy Management Company, they will meet the growing connectivity needs of the populations of the four countries. The Manantali Energy Management Company (SOGEM), shared by Guinea, Mali, Mauritania and Senegal within the framework of the Organization for the...

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The demand for broadband connectivity has exploded in Nigeria in 2020. Optical fiber is one of the infrastructures that can help meet this growing need. The government remains committed to accelerating the deployment of telecoms infrastructure across the country. 29 Nigerian states still refuse to apply the single tariff of 145 naira (0.38 USD) per meter...

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LIQUID Telecom, Africa’s leader in digital infrastructure, has completed one of the most audacious projects ever built on the continent, according to its founder and chairman of the Econet Group, Strive Masiyiwa. The latest project, which connects East and West Africa with a new high-capacity fibre link running 2,600-kilometre (km) across the Democratic Republic of...

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The Uganda Communications Act, 2013 (the Act) seeks to among others, develop a modern and vibrant Communications sector, which includes telecommunications, data, radio and postal communications, and broadcasting. In order to achieve the aspirations of the Act, a number of strategies have to be employed including but not limited to expanding the existing variety of...

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The considerable interest that Egypt’s state-owned telecoms company has shown in high-speed telecom infrastructure since 2018 is far from dulling. A new project is brewing in its Cairo offices. The incumbent telecommunications operator Telecom Egypt unveiled on Wednesday March 3 its ambitious project to connect Africa to Europe through a new hybrid fiber optic system, combining...

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Safaricom’s home fibre plans are officially subject to a Fair Usage Policy; this could see users’ internet speeds slowed down. In a statement, the telco says, “Safaricom Home Fibre plans are subject to a Fair Usage Policy with usage limits and throttle speeds as indicated in the table below. Upon reaching the Fair Usage limit...