Mauritius, Ghana, Tunisia Leading Way In Telecoms Sector?
According to an independent report, the three countries are streets ahead in the growing telecommunications sector. The report also noted that in a number of countries, far greater government direction, market competition and regulatory oversight are still required for the local mobile markets to develop further.
Guardian, 12 September 2018
Given the very poor condition of fixed-line infrastructure in most markets, mobile Iinternet access as a consequence also accounts for between 95 per cent and 99 per cent of all… Read more »
Telecoms transmission tower
Tunis Afrique Presse, 11 July 2018
Vodafone and Tunisie Telecom jointly announced on Wednesday a new Partner Market agreement for Tunisia. This will be Vodafone's first such partnership in North Africa. Read more »
SKA Africa, 4 July 2017
The Ministries of Ghana and South Africa announce the combination of ‘first light’ science observations which confirm the successful conversion of the Ghana… Read more »
Ghanaian Times, 23 July 2018
The 2018 International Telecommunication Union Africa Regional Development forum ended in Accra on Friday with a call on member countries to step up efforts to implement the… Read more »
Ghanaian Times, 21 May 2018
The media "war" between IMANI, Ghana and the Ministry of Communications over the award of contract to Kelni GVG seemed far from over as both parties continue to issue news releases… Read more »
Racks of telecommunications equipment in part of a data center
Wireless communication is driving economic growth in sub-Saharan Africa much as the railroad did in the 19th-century U.S., accounting for almost a tenth of global mobile ... Read more »