Did Mugabe set a precedent for ICT management in Zimbabwe?

Did Mugabe set
a precedent?

For ICT management
in Zimbabwe.

Sunday, Sep 15th

Vodacom loses appeal in DRC

The cellphone operator`s appeal against a court order, to pay $21 million to a former consultant, is rejected by the DRC authorities.

More competition for Zim`s VOIP market

A third Internet voice provider readies operations as Zimbabweans increasingly seek alternatives to mobile and landline services.

Nigeria puts up NITEL for liquidation

The state-owned telecoms operator has dramatically lost market share over the past decade.

MTN reorganises structure

The company appoints a group chief operating executive to manage international units.

Mobile dating service readies location offering

A flirting service, with about five million African users, will soon implement location-based tracking.

MTN not focusing on a big deal

The company is looking for a bolt-on acquisition in the Middle East or Africa.

`Investors not spooked by Zamtel sale reversal`

Government`s reversal of the sale of a majority stake in Zamtel has not affected Zambia`s investment climate, say analysts.

SA, Africa laden with tech opportunities

The rise of the African urban consumer will result in a higher demand for tech commodities, says political analyst.


Zambian telcos could face penalties

The country`s ICT authority draws up a code that could result in operators being penalised for poor service.

MTN plans R24bn capex

The operator`s Nigerian entity will receive a R10.5 billion boost to upgrade its network after an unexpected surge in demand.

Angola to get LTE network

The oil-rich country is set to become the first African country to commercially sell services on its next-generation mobile network.