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Safaricom security contract approved.Safaricom's
security deal

CCTV cameras fitted
in Mombasa, Nairobi.

Gates behind Botswana's Sesigo e-library service.Botswana launches
Sesigo service

Bill Gates supports.

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Gates behind Botswana's Sesigo e-library service.

Gates behind Botswana's Sesigo e-library service

Users describe connectivity at libraries as "a game-changer" for their lives.

South Africa drops in ITU's ICT Development rankings.

South Africa drops in ITU's ICT Development rankings

South Africa has slipped down to 90th position on the ITU's ICT Development Index.

Ghana: Commision established to protect data.

Ghana: Commission established to protect data

Data protection commission will engage with the public on complaints regarding personal data.

Kenya: govt approves Safaricom's security contract.

Kenya: govt approves Safaricom's security contract

Mobile operator receives official go-ahead on $170 million security project.

ZTE could lose part of $800mn deal in Ethiopia.

ZTE could lose part of $800mn Ethiopia mobile network deal

Ethiopia has earmarked Ericsson and Nokia to expand the nation's network.

President Kenyatta pushes ahead with digitisation plan.

President Kenyatta pushes ahead with digitisation plan

State-of-the-art centre on the cards to help investors.

African ICT must seize opportunity.

'African ICT must seize opportunity'

Africa's ICT sector can play a greater role in fostering environment for improved trade.

ICT the top earner for Nigeria by 2020?.

ICT the top earner for Nigeria by 2020?

Nigeria's ICT sector poised to overtake petroleum as highest revenue earner by 2020.

Gerhard Hartman Head of Department Sage HR Africa.

'Africa moving in the right direction with HR'

HR and payroll expert believes Africa is on track with people development and process transformation.

Kenya: TV switch offs before year-end?

Kenya: TV switch offs before year-end?

Stakeholders are expected to meet over exact date of digital migration.

GSMA launches code of conduct MNOs.

GSMA launches code of conduct MNOs

Eight MNOs have signed on to endorse a code of conduct for mobile money.