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Vodafone is the Telecoms Company of the Year

Vodafone Ghana has been declared ‘Telecom Company of the Year’ for the second consecutive year at the Ghana Business Awards (GBA) held at the...

Nana Kwesi Gyan-Apenteng writes – Happy Birthday MTN

The bright sunshine outside did not invite your columnist to take the couple of steps required to put him in front of the laptop...

Top 10 African Telecoms Companies

This is an article culled from Business Chief first published on May 19, 2021. It shows that MTN Group is the number two biggest...

UK gets special regulator to control tech giants

A special regulator designed to prevent tech giants including Facebook and Google from exploiting their market dominance has been established in the UK.  The move...

Dutch telecom giant, KPN in line for US$15 billion sale

Reports have it that Dutch telecoms giant KPN is on sale for over US$15 billion and two private equity companies are reportedly teaming up...

Ethiopia extends deadline for new entrants due to Covid-19

The Ethiopian Communications Authority (ECA) once again extended the bidding deadline for two new operator licenses in response to requests for more time to...

Telecom and IT Professionals Union sued over strike

An Accra High Court has granted an interim injunction against the industrial action embarked upon by members of the Telecom and IT Professionals Union...

NLC to engage telecom workers Thursday over strike action

The National Labour Commission (NLC) says it will meet with the Telecom and IT Professional Union (TIP) over its strike action on Thursday, March...

Telecom workers start strike today

Ghana’s telecommunications system faces an imminent shutdown as telecom workers threaten nationwide strike action from Monday, March 15, 2021. The Telecom and IT Professionals Union...

Telcos fined in Tanzania but asked to use fine to improve...

The Tanzania Communications Regulatory Authority (TCRA) has fined six mobile phone companies a total of Tsh38.1 billion (about $16.4 million) for violating the quality...


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