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MTN Uganda Posts Revenue Growth by 8.6%, 5.3% Growth in Subscriber Base

MTN Uganda’s revenue in 2018 grew by 8.6% due to increased voice calls, data usage and MTN Mobile Money. Uganda’s economy is...
Kobo360 will be expanding its operations to Ghana on April 4th then later in May to Kenya. Pictured are Ife Oyedele (L) and Obi Ozor (R) the founders of Kobo360 | File Photo.

IFC-backed Global Logistics Platform, Kobo360 to Launch in Ghana and Kenya

Nigeria-based tech, logistics platform; Kobo360 — has announced it's expanding their operations to Accra, Ghana and Nairobi, Kenya. The announcement comes after...
Huawei P30 smartphone launching on March 26th, Tuesday 2019 | Courtesy Photo.

How to Live Stream As Huawei Unveils the P30 Smartphones

Huawei skipped the MWC 2019 in Barcelona to launch their P30 smartphones in Paris, France today. The Chinese smartphone maker will be...
In Pictorial (L-R): Ifeyinwa Ugochukwu; incoming CEO at Tony Elumelu Foundation, Parminder Vir; CEO at Tony Elumelu Foundation, Ambassador Shimon Ben-Shoshan; Ambassador of Israel to Nigeria, Tony Elumelu; Founder of Tony Elumelu Foundation, H.E Mrs. Aisha Buhari; Wife to the President of Nigeria, Dr. Awele Elumelu; Trustee at Tony Elumelu Foundation pose for a group photo at the Selection and Unveiling of the 5th Cohort of the TEF Entrepreneurship Programme held at the Transcorp Hilton Hotel, Abuja on Friday 22nd, March 2019 | Courtesy Photo.

117 Ugandans Selected For the 5th Cycle of TEF Entrepreneurship Program

On Friday last week, The Tony Elumelu Foundation (TEF), announced 3,050 African entrepreneurs from 54 African countries, selected to join the 5th...
SIM boxing is a practice in telecommunications whereby a person sets up a device that can take up several SIM cards (a SIM box) and use it to complete international calls | File Photo.

SIM Boxing – A Threat Telcos And Government Should Jointly Fight

In 2016, it was estimated that telecom companies in Uganda on annual basis were losing about USD$60 million (roughly UGX222.3 billion) due...