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Telecom Application Developer Hackathon heads to SA.

Telecom Application Developer Hackathon heads to SA

MTN is spearheading event where African telecom developers will challenge global hackers this October.

Nigeria: surge in number of inactive lines.

Nigeria: surge in number of inactive lines

Analysts, subscribers say an improvement in quality of local telecoms services has impacted latest available data.

Adapt IT looks for African growth.

Adapt IT looks for African growth

Tough conditions in SA push the Durban-based IT firm to look for further diversification of its global and African operations.

Intelsat to launch new satellites.

Intelsat to launch new satellites

Company to launch Intelsat 33e and Intelsat 36, part of series of investments planned for the continent.

Ghana preps for TV whitespace rollout.

Ghana preps for TV white space rollout

Country working to finalise regulatory framework to technology as extension of fixed-line broadband.

South Africa beams with Pride.

South Africa beams with Pride

Country's first LGBT streaming service launched.

IoT dominates business talk in Africa.

IoT dominates business talk in Africa

Technology's role in digital transformation central to agendas at several ICT and telecom events, including Telkom SATNAC 2016 and Frost & Sullivan GIL 2016.

MTN South Africa confirms union demands.

MTN South Africa confirms union demands

Mobile operator issues statement regarding memorandum from Communication Workers Union.

'Telkom creating smokescreen' says Union.

'Telkom creating smokescreen' says Union

Communication Workers Union responds to interim court order secured by telco yesterday.

Zim telcos feel the Potraz pinch.

Zim telcos feel the Potraz pinch

Operators must adhere to QoS regulations despite the adverse effects of worsening economy on telecommunications.

IoT biggest benefit to African businesses - Gartner.

IoT biggest benefit to African businesses - Gartner

Internet of Things to have most beneficial impact on business in two-to-five years, say global analysts.