Orange launches in Sierra Leone.

Orange launches in Sierra Leone

Telco says it invetsed US$33M in its network.

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South Africa no longer Africa’s obvious leader in innovation

South Africa no longer Africa’s obvious leader in innovation

Accenture SA CEO says indicators show SA is losing its innovation edge along with accompanying investments.

Uber appoints new GM for West Africa

Uber appoints new GM for West Africa

Lola Kassim to help drive company's regional strategy.

Liquid Telecom adapts leadership structure ahead of expansion

Liquid Telecom adapts leadership structure ahead of expansion

Recent appointment sees Willem Marais take up position as new Chief Business Development Officer.

South Africa: severe weather impacts Openserve’s infrastructure

South Africa: severe weather impacts Openserve's infrastructure

Chief of Operations advises those who use the company's network to report faults via their respective service providers.

Kenya's taxi hailing app drivers to strike

Kenya's taxi hailing app drivers to strike

Difference over pricing has prompted labour action.

TNM scrambles to replace CEO

TNM scrambles to replace CEO

Telco issues statement confirming Douglas Stevenson's departure.

Jo'burg Mayor passes the buck in Uber, metered taxi clashes

Jo'burg Mayor passes the buck in Uber, metered taxi clashes

Herman Mashaba says the responsibility to quell violent confrontations lies with higher levels government.

Kenya: striking e-taxi drivers demand better pay

Kenya: striking e-taxi drivers demand better pay

Labour dispute believed to be part of ongoing price war within increasingly competitive market.

Safaricom appointments new directors

Safaricom appointments new directors

Vodafone Group recently transferred 35% of its indirect interest in Safaricom to its sub-Saharan African subsidiary Vodacom Group Limited.

Uber SA's petition to govt garners over 40 000 supporters

Uber SA's petition to govt garners over 40 000 supporters

Ride hailing service alleges that authorities have not done enough to protect its driver partners from attacks.

techzim exclusive: Samsung closing down Zimbabwe office

techzim exclusive: Samsung closing down Zimbabwe office

It's impossible to ignore the fact that the economic situation in Zimbabwe has a strong bearing on this decision