ITWeb Africa

Tanzanians to enjoy Africa's first universal mobile money service.Tanzania first in line
For universal mobile
money service.

Kenya didn't ask for digital migration extension says CA.

Kenya's digital migration
Latest twist in
ongoing saga.

Friday, Feb 27th

Last update01:44:00 PM

Editors' Pick

Infrastructure sharing boosts African telcos.

Infrastructure sharing boosts African telcos

Telecommunications industry analysts believe infrastructure sharing will boost service delivery.

The South African skills development conundrum.

The South African skills development conundrum

MICT Sector Education and Training Authority official offers perspective on South Africa's skills shortage.

'Is your site ready for online shoppers?'

'Is your site ready for online shoppers?'

Six tips to ensure your retail website stands up to the strain of online Christmas shopping.

Rwanda strengthens commercial ties with Israel.

Rwanda strengthens commercial ties with Israel

Rwanda looks to private commercial partnerships with Israel to boost ICT sector.

'Africa's telecoms market to open up by 2018'.

'Africa's telecoms market to open up by 2018'

Telecommunications to be reshaped by 2018 - Frost & Sullivan.

African startup advice series: Are you planning to fail?

African startup advice series: Are you planning to fail?

Business and executive coach Greg Mason explains why in business, having a plan means everything.

onMobilestory

Vodacom, MTN slide on South African call rate cuts

Regulator ICASA plans to cut mobile termination rates to 10 cents by 2016 from 40 cents now.

2014's headline grabbers.

2014's headline grabbers

A list of the top stories of 2014, from across Africa.

NO E-toll billboard DA

South African parties tussle over road toll in Gauteng

The opposition party has erected banners with the slogan: "E-tolls. Proudly brought to you by the ANC". 

'M-Funding the future for Africa's small businesses'.

'M-Funding the future for Africa's small businesses'

Mobile funding seen as a catalyst for small business development across the continent.

nigeriatelcomarket

Telcos top ad spending in Nigeria

Likes of mobile operator MTN spent more than $30 million in advertising in 2012.