Orange's Africa and Middle East business recorded its best first quarterly performance in 10 years - driven by growth in mobile data, mobile money and fixed broadband.
MTN Rwanda has announced it will list on the Rwanda Stock Exchange on May 4, 2021.
Struggling South African mobile operator, Cell C, has reported a yearly loss of R5.5 billion ($386 million), but says its turnaround strategy is bearing fruit.
Vodacom SA has extended its lending offering in South Africa, with a new voucher offering where customers can get new appliances or food and pay later.
Twitter has announced it is planning to open an office in Accra, the Ghanaian capital – the first in Africa for the social media giant.
Sub-Saharan Africa has six out of the ten most expensive countries in the world for 1GB of mobile data, including the most expensive, Equatorial Guinea, according to the Worldwide Mobile Data Pricing 2021 report from Cable.co.uk.
Omdia's analysts provide context and analysis to the biggest stories making headlines in Africa during March 2021.
Guinea is joining the list of African countries implementing RegTech solutions in the communications sector, signing a five-year deal with Global Voice Group.
The Ethiopian Communications Authority says bidders for two new telecoms licenses in the country now have until April 26 to apply.
Nigerian mobile users have been given one extra month to link valid National Identification Numbers to their mobile numbers, or risk being blocked from operators.
Airtel Africa's mobile money business is getting a $100 million investment from Mastercard, and the operator plans to list the mobile money unit within four years.
A multi-billion-rand contract previously held exclusively by Vodacom will now be split up amongst South Africa's four big operators.