Ghana's regulator at crossroads over 4G spectrum

At a regulatory
crossroads

Ghana contemplates
4G spectrum.

Tuesday, Nov 20th

Controversy over Teleology’s 9mobile deal

Controversy over Teleology's 9mobile deal

Unresolved legal and regulatory issues continue to impact on process.

MTN picks bankers for Nigeria IPO

MTN picks bankers for Nigeria IPO

MTN aims to list its Nigerian unit, worth $5.23 billion (R63.6 billion), by July.

New deadline for sale of Nigeria's 9mobile

New deadline for sale of Nigeria's 9mobile

Regulators approve request from company's board of directors and stipulate 16 January as the new date.

Nigeria: Preferred bidder pays US$50m for 9mobile

Nigeria: Preferred bidder pays US$50m for 9mobile

Teleology has set out a 10-point plan to turn acquired company around.

Vietnam considers 9mobile as potential channel into Nigeria market

Vietnam considers 9mobile as potential channel into Nigeria market

Plans to utilise Viettel as a vehicle to establish presence.

MTN pleasantly surprised over growth in voice revenue in Nigeria

MTN pleasantly surprised over growth in voice revenue in Nigeria

But the telco does not expect trend to continue.

The last thing MTN Nigeria needs right now

The last thing MTN Nigeria needs right now

Farmers accuse operator of failing to deactivate all SIM cards, and that some are being used by terrorist group Boko Haram.

NCC delays 9mobile sale

NCC delays 9mobile sale

Deal hits turbulence as conflicting reports continue to impact the company's subscriber base.

MTN survives Nigeria fine debacle

MTN survives Nigeria fine debacle

Two years after the financial and reputational damage caused by the mega fine imposed on MTN Nigeria, the group has largely learnt from the experience.

Uncertainty over 9Mobile acquisition

Uncertainty over 9mobile acquisition

While reports have named Teleology Holdings as the preferred bidder, this has yet to be confirmed by industry regulator and Central Bank of Nigeria.

Nigeria's vice-president says tech is best bet for African business

Nigeria's vice-president says tech is best bet for African business

Yemi Osinbajo says telephony and technology on the continent are unearthing new riches for African business.