Malawi Mobile Limited loses courtcase.

Malawi Mobile loses court case

US$66.8m lawsuit ruling favours the government.

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Bitcoin exchange's account still frozen in Nigerian

Bitcoin exchange's account still frozen in Nigeria

Third party issue at the heart of a problem that has hindered the exchange's ability to offer full service in Nigeria.

Cybercrime up by 23% in Zambia

Cybercrime up by 23% in Zambia

Finance sector particularly vulnerable to attacks, according to PwC report.

Zambian president cuts off funding to ZICTA, Zamtel

Zambian president cuts off funding to ZICTA, Zamtel

Edgar Lungu tells Minister of Communications and Transport the two entities must 'stop suckling from government'.

Mastercard, GTP partner to launch prepaid solutions in Africa

Mastercard, GTP partner to launch prepaid solutions in Africa

Alliance will facilitate access to new digital payment solutions.

M-Akiba begins trade on Nairobi Securities Exchange

M-Akiba begins trade on Nairobi Securities Exchange

Bond made Kshs 150m for the government in its first three weeks after subscriptions opened.

Vodacom pushes out Tanzania IPO date

Vodacom pushes out Tanzania IPO date

Investors will have another three weeks to apply for shares to be listed on the Dar es Salaam Stock Exchange, Vodacom Tanzania MD Ian Ferrao tells ITWeb.

S&P Global decision affirms our turn-around strategy says Telkom

S&P Global decision affirms our turn-around strategy says Telkom

Telco welcomes decision but remains concerned over impact of South Africa's sovereign downgrade.

USSD payment platform opens up Nigeria's mobile banking channel

USSD payment platform opens up Nigeria's mobile banking channel

Local FinTech firm transacts over NGN1 trillion on platform, offers startups a fresh value proposition.

Bitcoin over gold… Nigerians share their views

Bitcoin over gold... Nigerians share their views

Research shows investment at the heart of interest in the digital currency.

MTN SA accountant suspected of R24m fraud

MTN SA accountant suspected of R24m fraud

An MTN SA accountant has been arrested for alleged fraud after the company's bank alerted it to suspicious transactions between 16 July 2015 and 4 April 2017.

US$600m bond gives Helios Towers Africa a lift

US$600m bond gives Helios Towers Africa a lift

Independent telecoms infrastructure services provider secures 44% increase in revenue, increase in EBITDA according to results for the year ended 31 December 2016.