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PwC report points to dramatic growth.

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Telco joins Zambia's cash transfer race.

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Kenya: CA allows Equity Bank’s thin SIM tech.

Kenya: CA allows Equity Bank’s thin SIM tech

Communications authority dismisses Safaricom's 'security concerns' complaint.

Cross-border payments enabled on FNB app.

Cross-border payments enabled on FNB app

Application now allows for customers to send money to Zimbabwe and Mozambique.

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Telcos top ad spending in Nigeria

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

Telecom Namibia launches 120 Mbps broadband service.

Telecom Namibia launches 120 Mbps broadband service

Meanwhile, the company has also increased speeds for other customers.

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Nigeria’s Spark secures $2mn investment

Money for seed fund raised from international high net-worth individuals from across the globe.

New leadership for Airtel's DRC and Niger operations.

New leadership for Airtel's DRC and Niger operations

The three new leaders are expected to start in their new roles on 1 October 2014.

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Investment to provide 1,500 megawatt boost for Nigeria

IFC plans to help expand country’s power grid, adding eight million households in 18 months.

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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.

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Vivendi kicks off wider revamp with Maroc sale deal

French-conglomerate’s bid to sell Moroccan telco to Etisalat is its first step in ‘remaking’ itself.

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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". 

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Nigeria’s First Bank, UN partner on mobile payments

Bank’s FirstMonie product to be used by UNICEF to distribute health scheme payments.