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Mobile money agents eye Zambia's sparkling opportunity

Mobile money agents eye Zambia's sparkling opportunity

Collaboration between service providers driving growth and increase in number of agents says Bank of Zambia official.

Zambia looks to link up mobile money operators

Zambia looks to link up mobile money operators

Service providers will begin testing the system in April, according to the Bank of Zambia.

Philip van Dalsen appointed MTN Zambia CEO

Philip van Dalsen appointed MTN Zambia CEO

Former CEO of MTN Cyprus is said to have extensive experience in emerging and mature markets.

Sharp rise in mobile internet users in Zambia

Sharp rise in mobile internet users in Zambia

ICT and telecoms regulator attributes increase to improved data networks, affordable data services.

Zambia: eLearnAfrica partnership to bolster student intake

Zambia: eLearnAfrica partnership to bolster student intake

Zambian Open University (ZAOU) says agreement to make courses available on eLearnAfrica gives it greater reach into the country and across the continent.

Paratus partners RADWIN to broaden broadband in Zambia

Paratus partners RADWIN to broaden broadband in Zambia

'Tower rentals have become more affordable since we mount only one base station' says Paratus exec.

University of Zambia to establish solar energy labs.

University of Zambia to establish solar energy labs

University of Zambia invests in solar energy technology to help meet country's electricity demand.

Zambia muzzles Prime TV station

Zambia muzzles Prime TV station

Authorities take action against station known to be critical of the government.

MultiChoice urged to cut DStv prices in Zambia.

MultiChoice urged to cut DStv prices in Zambia

Information and broadcasting minister, Joseph Katema, responds to illegal access claims.

Uzi Zambia once again postpones network launch

Uzi Zambia once again postpones network launch

Industry regulator ZICTA allows third postponement by the company.

Bank of Zambia wants more mobile money users.

Bank of Zambia wants more mobile money users

Institution calls on phone companies to double efforts regarding M-Pesa like services.