AfricaCom 2017 in Pictures: Part 1
This year's AfricaCom, the 20th, was the biggest and most successful ever, with more than 13,000 attendees, more than 450 exhibitors and more than 400 speakers.
We were there with our cameras -- check out some of the sights from this ground-breaking event.
The doors open and delegates flood in on the first day of the 20th anniversary AfricaCom, November 7, 2017.
— The staff, Connecting Africa
To compensate his proposed reduction of tax on petroleum products, Uhuru Kenyatta wants to bump up tax on phone calls and internet use.
Major Indian telco is believed to have appointed banks to coordinate the IPO of its African business.
Using WiMax to connect sparse populations in rural areas could be an efficient route to providing Internet access for other markets too.
The new undersea South Atlantic Inter Link (SAIL) fiber connection, built by Huawei Marine, is the first of its kind to directly connect Africa and Latin America across the south Atlantic.
The pilot network delivered a download speed of 1.7 Gbit/s.
November 13-15, 2018, CTICC, South Africa
May 14-15, 2019, Radisson Blu, Nairobi Upper Hill, Kenya
All Upcoming Live Events
June 25-26, 2019, Radisson Blu Hotel, Dakar Sea Plaza, Senegal
AfricaCom TV caught up with Herman Singh, MTN's Group Chief Digital Officer, during the 20th anniversary event. Singh discussed the role of mobile ...
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A top class panel of industry specialists gathered at the 20th anniversary launch of AfricaCom in July to discuss the impact of mobile ...
THE PLACE TO SHAPE AFRICA'S DIGITAL FUTURE. Anyone who's anyone in African telecoms and technology will be at AfricaCom 2017, 7-9 November, at the ...
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