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Rwanda lauded for efforts to leverage ICT.Rwanda receives commendation
Country praised for use of ICT in e-Governance.


Intel, Multichoice unveil separate eLearning initiatives in Kenya.

e-Learning gets a boost in Kenya
Intel, Multichoice launch separate initiatives.

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Deadlock in Telkom, CWU negotiations.

Deadlock in Telkom, CWU negotiations

Telkom to offer severance, early retirement packages to CWU members.

Biz4Afrika launches in Kenya for SMEs.

Biz4Afrika launches in Kenya for SMEs

The online portal will provide information resources and business services for SMEs.

2014's headline grabbers.

2014's headline grabbers

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

Zimbabwe's banks up investment in online tech platforms.

Zimbabwe's banks up investment in online tech platforms

Southern African country's financial community increase uptake of internet and mobile banking platforms.

'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.

Botswana: software business pumps millions into ICT skills development.

Botswana: software business pumps millions into ICT skills development

Local firm launches 'Intern to Employment' programme.

'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.

Musicians launch Tidal.

Musicians launch Tidal

Music streaming service made its debut to rival Spotify.

'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.

Digital Skills Academy opens in Africa.

Digital Skills Academy opens in Africa

International Dublin-based ICT training and eLearning institution establishes operation in Johannesburg.

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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.