Uganda to disconnect six million fake mobile devices

Industry regulator UCC details plans to tackle illegal devices being used on different networks.
Michael Malakata
1 Aug

New mobile wallet service launches in Tunisia

Mobile financial services tech firm VYZYO, via subsidiary TDFP, pens agreement with Al Baraka Bank to launch and operate service.

Innovate and reach over 730 million users with Apps UP 2022

All you need to know about the 2022 Huawei Global App Innovation Contest (Apps UP).
25 Jul

Infobip creates a new digital experience for all tennis fans

As the tournament’s technology partner, Infobip has created one of the first tennis tournament chatbots.

MTN to challenge developers with second MoMo API Hackathon

Company invites developers to create a mobile application that uses MoMo API and stand a chance to win US$5000 in prize money.
Jul 13, 2022

M-Pesa still a cash cow for Safaricom

The addition of new solutions has helped drive up demand and adoption of the mobile payment platform.

Cameroon: From Orange Money to Orange Bank

Telecoms company has secured licence to operate Orange Money Cameroun S.A as autonomous financial and payment services provider.
Jul 7, 2022

Why 5G OpenRAN will set Africa’s post-COVID connectivity agenda

NEC XON presents case for the technology at 5G OpenRAN event.
Jul 7, 2022

Kenya raises excise duty on digital loans, mobile tech

New measures will impact imported SIM cards, mobile phones and that used to facilitate loan applications.
Jul 5, 2022

realme partners Jumia to join Africa's smartphone boom

Jumia partners consumer tech company realme to provide consumers across Sub-Saharan Africa with new devices.
Jun 30, 2022

Kenya’s Pesapal gets the nod to engage Uganda market

Company continues to expand services within the East African bloc.
Jun 30, 2022

Xend Finance targets 500 000 non-crypto users

Company announces its objective after having officially reached 100 000 users, on the back of expansion into Ghana and Kenya.
Jun 28, 2022

African Tech Voices: Mobile Technology, a catalyst for innovation and socio-economic development

4G mobile communications, along with smartphones and their ecosystem of applications spawned a new App economy worth over six trillion US Dollars says Ekow Nelson, Vice President of Ericsson Middle East and Africa.