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'Zambia's mobile phone services cost too much'.

'Zambia's mobile phone services cost too much'

Consumer body urges authorities to intervene and assist mobile operators to reduce rates.

Kenya's Safaricom to launch Uber competitor.

Kenya's Safaricom to launch Uber competitor

Safaricom CEO cofirms app development and network connectivity.

Informal Solutions opens up on M4JAM acquisition.

Informal Solutions opens up on M4JAM acquisition

New owners plan to relaunch service in Q4 2016.

Uber launches in Tanzania.

Uber launches in Tanzania

Mobile taxi service adds East African country to network.

Africa: pundits predict 200% growth in smartphone adoption by 2021.

Africa: pundits predict 200% growth in smartphone adoption by 2021

Ericsson forecast references youth populations, rising GDP, mobile internet access as key drivers in the next five years.

Nigeria's MNOs compete on data price point.

Nigeria's MNOs compete on data price point

Operators reduce internet and data prices to attract subscribers.

Huawei P9 makes SA debut.

Huawei P9 makes SA debut

Nearly two months after the global launch, Huawei's flagship device is now available in South Africa.

Ghanain startup's medical mobile app wows industry.

Ghanaian startup's medical mobile app wows industry

MedRX assists patients to identify counterfeit medication, while creating a platform for users to locate and communicate with medical personnel.

Uber arrives in Uganda.

Uber arrives in Uganda

Mobile taxi service app focused on partnership in Kampala, number 462 on its global network.

Nigeria: MTN subscribers demand consistency in service.

Nigeria: MTN subscribers demand consistency in service

Parties for resolving fine impasse, but subscribers demand same dedication to service quality.

Ugandan creates 'digital mall' for on-demand services.

Ugandan creates 'digital mall' for on-demand services

New P2P app takes aim at what its founder claims are 'prohibitive' costs of remittance in Africa.