Only 21% of Africa’s population has access to the Internet. In CAR, a month’s service costs more than 1.5 times the annual per capita income
The making of 21st century Africa: mobile phones, the bottom billion, and creating people's spaces (Part I)
Ushahidi is not 10 years old; no one would have guessed that it would be the seed that led to the birth of more than 70 innovation hubs in Africa
There’s a high geographical penalty for internet access in Africa. Being landlocked adds an average $232 to the monthly price of fixed broadband
Liberian market had room for expansion as only two-thirds of the population own a mobile phone, a lower rate than in other countries in West Africa
Africa's mobile phone boom, which saw it pocket $100bn last year, to slow sharply—for these two reasons
New report forecasts that there will be 386 million mobile subscribers in Sub-Saharan Africa by the end of this year -- or 41% of the population.
If Internet access achieves an impact on the same scale as mobile has in Africa, it could account for as much as 10% of total GDP by 2025, up from 1%.
More than a quarter of Africa's total Facebook users are in three countries, and two-thirds of all Internet users are active on the social media site.
French telecoms multinational Orange says open to selling shares in its Africa and Middle East business
Orange is present in 19 countries in Africa, making up 11% of total group revenue.
Latest intelligence report on the next decade ignored Africa, but we tell you the next 10 things to watch for
Highlighting possible trends that will shape Africa’s future, and its relationship to the world, over the next fifteen years.
Bob Collymore, the chief executive of the extremely successful African telecoms giant Safaricom, says the region's answers lie within
The astonishingly rapid adoption of mobile on the internet was something no one could have dreamed of - but there's more to come.
“It’s been a tough year, probably one of the most challenging we’ve ever faced,” - CEO Shameel Joosub
Board chairman Nicholas Nganga announced that it had had extended CEO Collymore’s contract.
Boston Consulting Group estimates further development of mobile payment applications could generate as much as $1.5 billion in sales by 2019,
Pew Research Centre study confirms some truisms about mobile phone use, but then also throws out a few others.
Orange completing plans to create a new "Orange Africa" entity. Africa and the Middle East are core to firm's strategy.