One Equity Partners to make strategic investment in Infobip, a global “Communications Platform as a Service” leader

This is the first outside capital raised by Infobip’s visionary founders, achieving a unicorn valuation with one of the largest European software Series A rounds in recent years

First Distribution announces strategic partnership with Sage for SADC, East and West Africa

First Distribution will be Sage’s value-added distribution partner for small business products and services in the region.

Papel branco: Como a Infraestrutura Híbrida com Armazenamento Inteligente Pode Transformar os Negócios em África

Está a formar-se um novo panorama empresarial em África, repleto de novas oportunidades e desafios.

Data, fintech services boost MTN Nigeria in half-year

Demand for data and digital services grew significantly, but the telco experienced a decline in demand for voice services in the mass market segment.

SA govt urges investment as it preps to exploit digital resources

Country’s Communications Minister details progress, urges global investment at Huawei Better World Summit 2020.

5G-enabled industrialisation: next-gen manufacturing

5G technologies provide the network characteristics essential for manufacturing including low latency, high reliability, high bandwidth and connection density says Ekow Nelson: Vice president of Ericsson Middle East and Africa.

ATC Nigeria pens US$2.4m infrastructure deal

Telecommunications company confirms agreement with Salasar Techno Engineering for 189 towers.

5G commercial success depends on synergy across major tech domains

Collaboration, precise deployment and focus on industry solutions, with mobility playing a central role – Huawei Better World Summit 2020.

MTN Nigeria looks to rural connectivity, backhaul to balance earnings

Anticipated drop follows an amendment to a service agreement in place with tower services provider IHS.

Infinet Wireless taps into fast-growing West Africa

Company announces new Cameroon HQ and localised training programmes.

How global disruption can have local implications

Small businesses are often the most vulnerable to unanticipated events and threats due to their size and lack of resources says Soromfe Uzomah, Head of Strategic Partnerships at Microsoft 4Afrika.