Stakeholders in the telecom industry have opportunity to discuss their major challenges as the Association of Telecommunications Companies of Nigeria (ATCON) concludes plans to
South Africa’s Competition Commission has ordered two of the country’s largest telcos, Vodacom and MTN, to reduce their cost of data or face prosecution.
By Ram Kezel In the beginning, Agile was created by programmers for programmers. It was meant to boost productivity, but for some, it became
The Next Einstein Forum (NEF) has announced its new class of Ambassadors, the third cohort of young science and technology champions from across Africa.
By Emmanuel Yinka Fagbenle and Clara Nchekwube Aghasili -Lingo The Plateau State Information and Communication Technology Development Agency (PICTDA) hopes to build on its
MainOne has announced its submarine cable in Cote d’Ivoire is live and ready for service. The project, notable for being the first commercial cable
Differences in cultural values have led some countries to tackle the spectre of cyber-attacks with increased internet regulation, whilst others have taken a ‘hands-off’
The National Information Technology Development Agency (NITDA) has initiated enforcement action against 125 ministries, departments, agencies (MDAs) and government owned companies for violating the
Minister of Communications and Digital Economy, Dr Isa Ali Ibrahim Pantami has asked the Nigerian Communications Commission (NCC), to adhere to the strict provisions
How soon will Artificial Intelligence (AI) technology or machine intelligence gain grounds in Nigeria? Which sector will lead its adoption as Nigeria’s economy increasingly