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MTN Nigeria has refuted claims it is sharing identifiable customer data with third parties as part of efforts to curb the spread of COVID-19. Digital rights campaigners, including Paradigm Initiative, have expressed concern over consumer privacy. On 6 April 2020 the GSMA released COVID-19 privacy guidelines, which includes to help counter misinformation and raise awareness...

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Zimbabwe state-owned telecom companies NetOne and TelOne have joined other corporates in establishing the country’s COVID-19 hotline. The telcos have also refurbished intensive care units at some state hospitals and upgraded other facilities as part of a joint resource mobilisation and health infrastructure funding effort. Coronavirus has to date claimed the lives of four people...

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Despite the coronavirus crisis that is affecting the country and destabilizing all sectors of the national economy, including telecoms, the incumbent operator Maroc Telecom published positive financial results for the first quarter of 2020. The company has presented a consolidated turnover of 9,309 million dirhams (922 million USD), up 4.0% compared to the same period...

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MTN Zambia, in partnership with Simfy Africa, has officially launched the free instant messaging app ‘Ayoba’ which is available for Android devices downloadable from the Google play store. Ayoba users can securely send and receive text messages, voice messages, videos, images, audio and other files with any of their contacts, regardless of whether they have...

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The government of Zimbabwe has amended the country’s initial lockdown regulations after declaring telecommunications companies and workers essential. The country’s President Emmerson Mnangagwa announced a two-week extension on existing movement restrictions to 3 May 2020 as the country recorded three Coronavirus (COVID-19)-related deaths and 25 confirmed cases. In a statutory instrument published today, the Government...

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Vodacom South Africa has named Dejan Kastelic as its chief technology officer (CTO), replacing the long-serving Andries Delport, who is set to join Remgro-controlled Community Investment Ventures Holdings in 2020. With effect from 1 June, Puso Manthata also has been appointed as chief officer for strategy, mergers and acquisitions.  Kastelic joins Vodacom from Indosat Ooredoo,...

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The Competition Commission has firmed up an agreement with Telkom, and its wholesale division Openserve, that will see the telecommunications operator’s longstanding wholesale IP Connect product replaced with a completely new wholesale offering for Internet service providers. TechCentral reported last month that Telkom and the commission had reached an agreement over concerns the regulatory watchdog had over IP...