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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 Minister of Communication Hamadoun Touré wants to capitalize on public and private expertise to develop ICTs in Mali. On November 7, during a meeting with the Association of Computer Companies of Mali, he announced the upcoming creation of the National Digital Council. Hamadoun Touré, the Minister of Communication and the Digital Economy, is determined to...

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Since October 5, Hamadoun Touré is the new Minister of Communication and Digital Economy of Mali. The former secretary general of the ITU replaces Kamissa Camara, Minister of the Digital Economy and Foresight of the previous government. Former Secretary General of the International Telecommunication Union (ITU), Hamadoun Touré (photo), is the new Minister of Communication and...

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According to the Office of the Auditor General (BVG) of Mali, numerous financial irregularities recorded within the Malian Authority for Telecommunications and Postal Regulation (AMRTP) have deprived the State of 4,525,370,963 FCFA between 2016 and 2018. In a report drawn up at the end of its mission to verify the conformity of operations for collecting...

The mobile operator Mobilis, a subsidiary of the Algeria Telecom group, has obtained a provisional global telecom license in Mali. On Algerian Radio Channel 3, Imane-Houda Feraoun, the Algerian Minister of Post, Telecommunications, Technology and Digital, has revealed the receipt to this effect of an official document by the telecom company. The minister revealed that the said...

Workers at Orange Mali have concluded a two-day stay-away to press home their demand for a revaluation of their shareholding in the telecoms company. The strike, which began 20 November 2019 and ended 21 November 2019, was in response to the company’s failure to increase the workers’ shareholding in the company from 4.5% to 10%....