Category archives for: Technology

MTN Ghana Injects Dynamism Into Music Industry

Accra, Ghana, January 18, 2019//-MTN Ghana on Thursday injected dynamism into the country’s infant digital music content industry.

MultiChoice Talent Factory Takes Off with Sound Engineers Masterclass

Accra, Ghana, January 16, 2019//-MultiChoice Africa announced that its flagship the MultiChoice Talent Factory (MTF)programme will roll out the highly-anticipated MTF Masterclasses powered by various industry partners as part of the shared value initiative’s three touchpoints alongside the MTF Academy and the soon-to-be launched industry networking portal.

Big Brother Naija Returns for Fourth Season on DStv and GOtv

Africa’s popular reality TV show, Big Brother Naija, is set to return for a fourth season with the producers of the show also revealing that the Big Brother House will be in Nigeria.

India’s Bharti Airtel in Talks to Buy Telkom Kenya

January 15, 2019//-India’s Bharti Airtel is in talks to buy Telkom Kenya, the country’s smallest telecoms operator, to create a stronger challenger to market leader Safaricom, three industry sources told Reuters on Monday.

Nigeria Fails Yet Another Investor Confidence Test On 9Mobile Crisis

January 13, 2019//-The recent crisis of confidence between Teleology Holdings, preferred bidder of 9mobile and its Nigerian local partners, resulting in the pulling out of the deal by the former is seen by analysts as tainting the country’s investment outlook.

Tanzania Gov’t to Acquire Bigger Stake in Airtel

January 12, 2019//-India’s Bharti Airtel has agreed to give part of its stake in Airtel Tanzania to the government, raising the country’s holding in the mobile phone operator to 49 percent from 40 percent, the president’s office said on Friday.

How Can the Private and Public Sectors Work Together to Create Smart Cities?

January 11, 2019//-Smart-city experts share examples of successful public–private partnerships from around the world.

MTN Foundation Urges Ghanaians to Nominate Individuals for Heroes of Change 5

Accra, Ghana, January 10, 2019//-MTN Ghana Foundation has urged Ghanaians to nominate individuals who are making positive difference in their communities through various projects or exceptional social work for MTN Heroes of Change Season 5.

Iddris Sandu: The 21-year-old Ghanaian Who Has Coded for Uber, Instagram

January 9, 2019//-21-year-old Iddris Sandu has already achieved a lot in his years as a coder. He is currently working with top music artists, including Kanye West and Jade Smith to create augmented-reality (AR) experiences around music and politics for the tech festival ComplexCon next year in Chicago.

Realigning Global Support-function Footprints in a Digital World

January 3, 2019//-How can organizations ensure their global services footprints are ready for the new world of digitization, complexity, and uncertainty?

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