President Joao Lourenco has repeatedly vowed to steer Angola into a new era of transparency. Last week, he missed a golden opportunity to deliver on that promise.
President Donald Trump said the US will cut regulations and free up spectrum for 5G technology amid tight competition with China and other nations.
Industrial action at Cell C has led to almost 400 employees being suspended. The move by the mobile operator comes after disruptive strike action this week that forced it to shut its Johannesburg head office.
Vodacom Group’s Tanzanian unit said it paid a settlement of 5.3-billion shillings (about R32.2-million) for the release of five employees charged with depriving the government of revenue.
MTN Group was awarded additional broadband spectrum in Nigeria related to its 2015 acquisition of Visafone Communications following a lengthy regulatory battle.
MTN South Africa has launched a trial indoor 5G network solution at the Kyalami Grand Prix Circuit and International Convention Centre in Johannesburg, the telecommunications operator said on Wednesday.
Nkosana Makate’s drawn-out efforts to be financially compensated for inventing the “please call me” concept have led to another dramatic and nasty clash with lawyers.
The US is urging allies to ban networking products from countries without independent court systems, an approach intended to block China’s Huawei and ZTE from competing for new 5G networks in Europe and Asia.
US secretary of state Michael Pompeo warned that the US may not share some information with Nato allies if they incorporate Chinese technology in their networks.
Amazon.com plans to launch thousands of satellites to provide broadband Internet access around the globe.