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Orange co-financing Sea-Me-We 5 cable connecting through Djibouti, Egypt.

Orange co-financing Sea-Me-We 5 cable connecting through Djibouti, Egypt

Construction of the high-speed network is expected to be completed by end of 2016.

Economic expansion spurs on African internet PoP race.

Economic expansion spurs on African internet PoP race

Multinationals expanding their reach in Africa are prompting a rise in these facilities.

Consumer watchdog warns Zambians about fake set-top boxes.

Consumer watchdog warns Zambians about fake set-top boxes

Body claims ‘unscrupulous’ business people are taking advantage of uninformed citizens.

BICS establishes Joburg POP with Teraco.

BICS establishes Joburg POP with Teraco

Move aimed at boosting its internet traffic exchange and lowering latency for customers.

Malawi launches white spaces broadband project.

Malawi launches white spaces broadband project

Small landlocked African country looks to tap television signals for internet access.

Airtel Zambia plans rolling out 147 LTE sites.

Airtel Zambia plans rolling out 147 LTE sites

Country’s largest mobile network looks to launch Long Term Evolution by year-end.

100 more Swaziland buses getting TV service.

100 more Swaziland buses getting TV service

The ‘Mobilize Transit TV’ network was first rolled out to 50 vehicles last year.

CEC Liquid Telecom hires new Zambia MD.

Zambia's CEC Liquid Telecom appoints new MD

Andrew Kapula, a board member since 2011, becomes managing director.

Africa, Mideast world’s fastest growing IP traffic markets.

Africa, Mideast world’s fastest growing IP traffic markets

Regions forecast to experience a 38% compound annual growth rate, says Cisco.

Creation of Zambia’s digital migration policy cost $40,000.

Creation of Zambia’s digital migration policy cost $40,000

Deputy minister of information and broadcasting, Poniso Njeulu, reveals expenses.

Microsoft bringing TV white spaces broadband to Botswana, Namibia.

Microsoft bringing TV white spaces broadband to Botswana, Namibia

Technology giant has earmarked both countries as next locations for its internet project.