The telecoms industry has seen rapid development across sub-Saharan Africa over the last few years with consumer expectations evolving alongside rapidly changing applications and technologies.
Uncertainty in regulatory guidelines for mobile money, coupled with limited cooperation among m-commerce providers, is hampering the industry from unlocking its full potential, said Rajiv Bhatia, Head of EMEA Sales for Ericsson M-Commerce.
Ericsson (NASDAQ: ERIC) has joined forces with Airtel to expand the Connect to Learn Information and Communication Technology (ICT) solution to two schools in the Malawi Millennium Village of Mwandama, located in the southern region of Malawi’s Zomba district.
Ericsson has announced the semi-finalists for the annual Ericsson Application Awards with TeamKenya from Kenya, Team Trokxi and Team Nimdee Mobile from Ghana among the finalists.
Today, Business Sweden, Ericsson and the Swedish Ministry for Foreign Affairs announced a strategic partnership for a two-year ICT venture in Sub-Saharan Africa. The announcement was made in a briefing session held in the Swedish Embassy in Pretoria.
KIGALI: Ericsson and MTN Rwanda are launching an initiative that will offer quality education for underprivileged students who previously did not have access to technology in education. The initiative called Connect To Learn will use the latest technology and will run in two Rwanda secondary schools in partnership with the Earth Institute at Columbia University and Millennium Promise.
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