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Cash is Africa's king despite mobile money rise.Cash is
Africa's king

Despite continent's mobile money boom.

Egypt positions itself as Africa's tech hub.Egypt telecoms
need billions

Minister outlines much needed funding.

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MTN Uganda awarded $100,000.

MTN Uganda awarded $100,000

The prize is part of MTN's 21 Days of Y’ello Care campaign.

Econet slows down as Zim economy stagnates.

Econet slows down as Zim economy stagnates

The telcos' revenues increased marginally by 4.2% to $392.3 million.

Satellite connectivity reaches remote SOS villages in CAR.

Satellite connectivity reaches remote SOS villages in CAR

Children centres in rural parts of the Central African Republic are expected to benefit.

MTN Nigeria loses over 80,000 subscribers.

MTN Nigeria loses over 80,000 subscribers

Africa’s biggest mobile network suffers a loss in users for the third quarter.

Emerging markets telecoms provider is expanding its services amid maturing economies.

Millicom beats Q3 profit forecasts

Emerging markets telecoms provider is expanding its services amid maturing economies.

Econet Wireless unveils customer service charter.

Econet Wireless unveils customer service charter

Zimbabwe's biggest mobile network works to improve service with a new contact centre as well.

Egypt needs billions to upgrade telecom infrastructure.

Egypt needs billions to upgrade telecom infrastructure

Country’s telecoms minister speaks of much-needed investment after years of turmoil.

Only 3.6% of Africa's telecom subscribers use fixed-lines.

'Only 3.6% of Africa's telecom subscribers use fixed-lines'

Research body says state-owned companies, lack of competition is throttling the market.

Econet bags Telecel Globe operations in Burundi, CAR.

Econet bags Telecel Globe operations in Burundi, CAR

VimpelCom has sold its stake to Econet Wireless for $65 million.

Zim regulator orders telcos to slash voice tariffs.

Zim regulator orders telcos to slash voice tariffs

Potraz wants the Zim telcos to charge 9 cents per minute for voice calls by 2016.

Zambia sets up committee to stop sale of fake handsets.

Zambia sets up committee to clampdown on fake handsets

Mobile operators and the telecoms authority have joined forces to regulate fake mobile phones sold on the black market.