Christopher Tredger

Paratus launches broadband service in Angola’s largest province

Service offered through Internet Technologies Angola, part of the Paratus Group.
Christopher Tredger

New pan-African datacentre firm announces US$500m-plus investment

Newly established WIOCC Group company Open Access Data Centres charts growth course, beginning with Nigeria, South Africa and Somalia.

Pick n Pay leverages Clickatell to expand trade via Whatsapp

Pick n Pay can now engage its customer base via WhatsApp with Clickatell’s Chat Commerce solution.

SA looks to connect all citizens by 2024

Country’s Minister of Communications asserts government’s position at this year’s annual SATNAC conference.
19 Nov

Evina taps into €20m to target Africa’s telco financial services market

Paris-based cybersecurity company confirms expansion plans and focus on protection of financial services by telco operators.
17 Nov

Spark, the ideal name for TECNO’s sortie into Africa

Company’s recently launched TECNO Spark 7 Pro, flagship of the Spark 7 Series, shows why this mobile brand is racing ahead of competition in Africa.
17 Nov

Tenacious approach to Africa’s cloud evolution paid off says Nutanix

Partnership ecosystem, desire to address misperception in the market among reasons for its success.

Imperial broadens Africa gateway strategy with latest investment

Africa focused provider of integrated market access and logistics solutions details ambitions following its 24% stake in FIGJAM mobility software firm.

Vodacom hits acquisition trail, begins with Vodafone Egypt for R41bn

Group also acquires strategic stake in CIVH assets to establish InfraCo entity.

Paratus Zambia expands network to meet Copperbelt demand

Telecommunications and connectivity services provider says refineries and mines are driving up demand for coverage.
Oct 27, 2021

Seacom acquires metro network from Kenya’s Hirani Telecom

Network will be incorporated into Seacom’s existing infrastructure in Nairobi and available to enterprise customers.
Oct 22, 2021

The data conundrum facing South African businesses

Dell Technologies, partners release details of the Data Paradox Study including that 58% of South African businesses believe they are data-driven, but only 11% are prioritising data’s use across the organisation.
Oct 20, 2021

Bahrain, Egypt and Qatar lead in DCB ratings

Based on market research from DCB Index rating system developed by Evina and Telecoming.