MTN to appeal $14m licence fee ruling in Uganda
The company says it will appeal a decision by the country’s High Court ordering it to pay millions for a transitional licence
Ethiopia sets new date for telecoms licences bids
The deadline has now been shifted from 5 March 2021 to 26 April 2021, as the country opens up its telecommunications industry to private investment.
Tanzania extends national broadband backbone to Mozambique
TSh2.4-billion project includes the construction of fibre optic network, power and transmission equipment.
Zamtel demos telemedicine tech
Video communication technology allows doctors to consult with patients who are hundreds of kilometres away.
'Mobile money to bridge Zambia's banking gap'
Telecoms operators could help bring financial services to Zambia's unbanked, says the central bank governor.
'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.
Zambian telcos could face penalties
The country's ICT authority draws up a code that could result in operators being penalised for poor service.
FNB launches 'e-wallet' in Zambia
The bank's customers in that country now have access to a mobile money service to transfer cash.
Zambia's fourth mobile licence suspended
Vodacom's right to operate is in limbo pending the outcome of a court case against the Zambian government.
Lap Green Networks sues Zambian govt
Zambia's takeover of Zamtel is illegal, says the Libyan telecoms company.
Zesco to boost Zambia's broadband
The power utility is rolling out a nationwide fibre-optic network to provide faster, reliable broadband.