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Rajabali brothers become first shareholders of Kenyan Safaricom

In the land of Kenyan business, accustomed to seeing major national economic operators reign supreme in the sub-region, the news did not go unnoticed:...

Nexttel Cameroon case: press release

  Viettel Global’s Lawyer rejects baseless and unfounded allegations, which indicate a clear desire of the Chairman of the Board of Directors - Mr Baba...

Orange Money operational in Morocco

Orange Money Morocco is officially operational on the Moroccan kingdom since the publication of its approval in the official bulletin of August 12, 2019....

Orange Côte d’Ivoire launches a Visa card

The Orange Côte d'Ivoire telephone operator proceeded on Tuesday 10 July with the launch of an Orange Money withdrawal and payment card. It is a...

Yasser Shaker at the controls of Orange Egypt

At its meeting today, the Board of Directors appointed Yasser Shaker as CEO of Orange Egypt effective May 1, 2018. Yasser Shaker is a recognized...

Mauritania / telecoms: new CEO at MATTEL

After several years marked by a dissonance between the shareholders, Tunisia Telecom subsidiary in Mauritania, MATTEL, has a new CEO (CEO). This is Elyés...

Huawei announces $ 60 million investment in Angola

Vice President Yi Xiang of the Chinese multinational announced Wednesday, October 10 in Beijing, investments of $ 60 million in Angola. The head of the...

Côte d’Ivoire: mobile number portability effective from June

The portability of mobile numbers should be effective from next June, announced on Monday Bilé Diéméléou, the Director General of ARTCI, after the success...

Impacted in English-speaking area, MTN Cameroon saved by Mobile Money

The year 2018 ended on a positive note marked notably by a strong growth in the 4th quarter of the year, MTN Cameroon having...

Maroc Telecom: $ 1 billion investment announced over 3 years

Signed between Maroc Telecom and the Moroccan government, Monday, August 26, the sixth investment agreement between the two parties concerns the development of telecommunications...

Sékou Dramé at the controls of Sonatel (Orange)

Sékou Dramé, 45, succeeds Alioune Ndiaye as director of Sonatel. The Senegalese subsidiary of the Orange group held its board of directors on April 17...

Mauritania: soon a fourth telephone operator

Mauritania's telephony market is expected to be enriched by a fourth operator by the end of 2018, sources close to telecommunications services said on...

Sékou Dramé: “Sonatel is a major player in all its countries of presence”

Leader of the telecom sector in Senegal, Sonatel embodies the concept of "National and Regional Champion" by its contribution to the economy, its social...

Chad: Sudano-Chadian company to manage fiber optics

The technical, commercial and financial management of the Ndjamena-Adré optical fiber network has been entrusted to SUDATCHAD. Meeting in Council of Ministers on March...
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