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Rwanda tops ICT promotion index.

Rwanda tops ICT promotion index

Overall the GITR index ranked Rwanda number 83 out of 143 countries surveyed.

DRC's digital economy on the rise.

DRC's digital economy on the rise

There are clear reasons to invest in the country's tech sector claim experts.

'Content will drive consumer migration to digital'

'Content will drive consumer migration to digital'

Botswana's Communications Authority underlines importance of content as a catalyst for increased migration to digital.

Will Nigeria's IT growth continue under Buhari?

Will Nigeria's IT growth continue under Buhari?

Tech stakeholders chart course for West African country's incoming president.

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.

Showdown looms in Zimbabwe over data tariffs.

Showdown looms in Zimbabwe over data tariffs

Private telecoms industry operators, authorities at loggerheads over internet prices.

Mixed response to card readers in Nigeria's elections.

Mixed response to card readers in Nigeria's elections

Voter card scanners fail in attempts to accredit Nigeria's President.

Infrastructural challenges, including access to the Net, main reasons claims NiRA.

Nigeria's Internet Registration Association decries poor uptake of local domains

Infrastructural challenges, including access to the Net, main reasons claims NiRA.

Rwanda lauded for efforts to leverage ICT.

Rwanda lauded for efforts to leverage ICT

East African country commended as a model for using ICT, e-Governance for sustainable development.

Kenya: authorities freeze money transfer services.

Kenya: authorities freeze money transfer services

Government bans services suspected of supporting terrorism.

Econet, journos sqaure off.

Econet Zimbabwe, journos square off

Journalists demand apology following a raid at The Source news agency on Thursday.