Motlanthe bemoans lack of internet in Africa – Business Day South Africa

Ghana and Cameroon,” Mr Motlanthe said. He did not, however, mention the Cabinet’s rejection last week of a deal that would have seen South Korean telecommunications group KT Corporation buy a 20% stake in South Africa’s partially privatised Telkom.

Namibia: Faster Internet Link Unveiled –

Telecom Namibia yesterday launched its latest product … The system has 15 landing stations across Africa’s west coast from Europe to Cameroon, Nigeria, Angola and Namibia among other countries, before it ends in South Africa. It will cover over 14 … Continue reading

Market Report: Is Mothercare taking baby steps towards future sale? – The Independent

The revival of bid talk also helped Cable & Wireless Worldwide, after the telecoms group’s recent plummet (it has … 1,236p despite announcing a new discovery off the shore of Cameroon, with Evolution Securities criticising the results for being “far … Continue reading

France Telecom Q1 Analysis – Motley Fool

Yet even excluding those two countries, revenues rose 6.2% (compared w/ 5.9% in the 2H2011) on the back of broad strength in such diverse locations as Cameroon … and Satellite TV subscriber growth. France Telecom’s ~50% share price decline since … Continue reading

Cameroon: Fight Against Cyber Criminality Intensifies –

On his part, the Inspector General in the Ministry of Telecommunications who represented the Minister of Telecommunications, Younouss Djibrine, appreciated the presence of the representative of the United Nations Economic Commission as well as the …

The Tony Elumelu Foundation’s Leadership Development Programme Starts Second Year –

The second edition of AMIP, starting on May 31, 2012, will see the programme’s more than 30 associates working at African-owned or operated businesses in Abuja and Lagos, Nigeria; Accra, Ghana; Dakar, Senegal; Douala, Cameroon; Kigali, Rwanda …

SatADSL to unveil the tailor-made satellite based services at AITEC Conference in Accra – GhanaHomePage

Financial institutions often offer excellent service in the main cities where adapted telecommunications means are available … equipped over 100 sites for a Money Transfer Company in Cameroon, which has small offices spread over the country to overcome …

Africa: Development Still Comes at Freedom’s Expense –

Beginning in June, authorities invoked a vague and unsubstantiated plot to destroy electrical and telecommunications infrastructure … During a March press conference after Cameroon’s loss to Senegal in a soccer match, Cameroonian striker Samuel Eto …

The Next Asia Is Africa: Inside the Continent’s Rapid Economic Growth – Atlantic Online

In 2009, AES, one of America’s biggest private suppliers of electricity, became majority owner and operator of the national grid in Cameroon. In Ghana, a large American data processing company called ACS now employs over 1,800 people. And around the … Continue reading

Tumbling Africa: The Diaspora tumbles away –

Social networking in Africa Africa is home to some of the fastest developing telecommunications industries and to … s Hair Tumblr’, a priceless blog dedicated to the hairstyles of Cameroon’s First Lady, and the ‘African Problems Tumblr’ blog …