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MTN SA caught in false advertising again

MTN South Africa has been found guilty of false/misleading advertising yet again. The first time round, it was in respect of a 24-hour data bundle...

Selorm Branttie dares Ursula Owusu-Ekuful to block SIM cards on Sept...

Vice President of IMANI Ghana, Selorm Branttie has challenged the Minister of Communication and Digitalisation, Ursula Owusu-Ekuful to block SIM cards on September 30,...

SIM Registration sanctions halted

The National Communications Authority (NCA) has today redirected telcos to stop blocking the outgoing calls of persons who are yet to complete the registration...

China accuses US of ‘tech terrorism’

China has denounced US efforts to stop ASML and Nikon from selling key chip-making technology to the country as “technological terrorism”. Chinese foreign ministry spokesman Zhao...

Apple, Google face possible probe in the UK

The UK’s Competition and Markets Authority (CMA) could launch a probe into Apple and Google’s dominance in mobile browsers, claiming the duo had established...

Huawei profit hits record high despite revenue slide

Chinese tech giant Huawei chalked its highest annual profit ever in 2021 due mainly to one-off gains from the sale of its Honor sub-brand...

Data Protection Commission to crack down on defaulting organisations

The Data Protection Commission (DPC) is set to begin prosecuting companies, institutions and organisations who control massive data but have refused to register with...

HUAWEI gears up for continued challenges in 2022

Huawei rotating chairman Guo Ping has stated in an annual internal New Year’s message, that even though its carrier business remained stable and enterprise...

Canadian telcos spend $700M on Huawei tech amid security concerns

Canadian telecom companies spent more than $700 million on Huawei equipment while the Liberal government delayed a decision on banning the Chinese company on...

Huawei to license handset technology – Report

Huawei’s handset division is reportedly negotiating with two domestic retailers to license its smartphone designs to bypass US sanctions. Bloomberg reported that state-owned China Postal...


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