Mthulisi Sibanda

Ethiopia is African country most prone to cyber attacks

Seven African countries feature in the top 20 most attacked globally.
Mthulisi Sibanda

Power outages leave Namibians without telecom network

Telcos MTC Namibia and Telecom Namibia both reported service problems this week.

Uganda appeals for partnership to combat cyber crime

The head of state said , while technology was important for economic growth, it also had drawbacks, highlighting the necessity for collaboration in regulating AI.

Zimbabwe's tax office uses drones for border management

Aside from advances in technology, the government says it is still assisting with infrastructure improvements at borders.
Jun 21, 2024

Windhoek to install CCTV cameras to fight crime

To prepare the way for the project, a task force made up of Telecom Namibia and representatives from the local municipality will be formed.
Jun 18, 2024

Huawei celebrates Youth Month in SA by investing in interns

Interns are given extensive on-the-job training in information and communication technologies once they have been selected.
Jun 7, 2024

Only tech can resolve SA's unemployment crisis

Tech leaders urge South Africans to embrace AI and automation to reverse the jobs crisis.

Namibia secures financial boost for annual ICT summit

The eighth National ICT Summit attracts N$600 000 in support from corporate sponsors
May 27, 2024

MTN revels at status as Africa’s top brand

Brand Finance granted South African-headquartered MTN a brand value of $3.6 billion (R68.2 billion) and a sustainability perceptions value of $309 000 (R5.7 billion).
May 22, 2024

Singularity summit returns in physical format

Now in its sixth year, the Singularity Summit will cover a wide range of topics, including energy, food, leadership, medicine, robotics, technology, and the future of work.
May 17, 2024

Zambesi Gold launches mineral-backed crypto token

The mining company is bringing together the traditional value store of gold with a more modern crypto approach.
May 3, 2024

Telcel Cash now available for Ghana Google Play users

Cellulant and Google stated that the move aims to boost usage and downloads in a market where international card usage is limited.
Apr 17, 2024

More problems for unregistered Namibia telecom customers

The Communications Regulatory Authority of Namibia said mobile operators have so far suspended around 519 000 unregistered cards.