Latest News for: Senegal telecom


Fighting Monetary Colonialism With Open-Source Code

Bitcoin Magazine 23 Jun 2021
that he could start to look at his country Senegal from the outside ... In Senegal, the French telecom Orange controls all the phone networks ... Senegal’s telecom gateways are controlled by France, and can be shut down in case there are protests against the country’s leader, whom they support as long as he sticks to the CFA system.

Expresso Senegal names Hani Osman El Hassan as CEO

Telecom Paper 26 Apr 2021
Expresso Telecom, part of Sudatel, announced the appointment of Hani Osman El Hassan as ...

Abu Dhabi listed Sudatel offers an option for risk-on investors

Gulf News 29 Mar 2021
The company runs a telecom business in five African countries - Sudan, Mauritania, Senegal, Guinea Conakry and Ghana, offering mobile, fixed, internet and broadband services ... Chinguitel is its brand in Mauritiana, and Expresso Senegal is its Senegal Group company.

MTN Group COVID-19 vaccine donation: These 9 African countries have been served

Ghana Web 25 Mar 2021
Africa CDC Director John Nkengasong told a news conference that Ghana, Gambia, Liberia, Guinea Bissau, Sierra Leone, Nigeria, Senegal, Mauritius and Togo had received doses from the South African telecoms company ... Join our Newsletter. .

In a remarkable move, Sudatel Group obtains a 4G license in Senegal

Gulf News 01 Mar 2021
Sudatel Telecom Group succeeded, on the 26th Feb, to obtain a 4G license for its Expresso operation in Senegal by a delegation headed by Group President & Chief Executive, Eng ... telecom market in Senegal.

Mauritanian activist helps women fend for themselves

Modern Ghana 06 Mar 2020
... in 2013 after obtaining a degree as a telecoms engineer in Dakar in neighbouring Senegal.

China warns of 'severe threats' to global order at G20

DNA India 28 Jun 2019
But even a truce is not guaranteed, with the Wall Street Journal reporting Thursday that Beijing will not agree to any deal unless Washington lifts its ban on Chinese telecoms firm Huawei.  China Japan Donald Trump Senegal Beijing Xi Jinping Washington Abdel Fattah al-Sisi ...

Smart tech becomes the new tool for African farmers

Business Day 05 May 2019
Agriculture in sub-Saharan Africa may have the image of relentless toil and low productivity, but experts say new tech is changing the picture ... Awa Thiam, a 28-year-old telecoms engineer, is following suit in her native Senegal. The company she founded, Lifantou, connects school canteens with farming co-operatives with the help of big data ... .

Smart tech the new tool for African farmers

This is Money 05 May 2019
Reaping the benefits of smart tech. How do you manage the trick of feeding school children better and at a lower cost?. How do you count the number of mangoes on your farm so that you get a fair price? ... - 'Digital revolution' - ... Awa Thiam, a 28-year-old telecoms engineer, is following suit in her native Senegal ... - Counting by mobile - ... - Market info - ... .

Oladepo: Nigeria’s Regulatory Environment Fraught with Challenges

This Day 19 Mar 2019
We currently have coverage in 10 West African countries including Nigeria, Ghana, Cameroun, Cote D’Ivoire, Senegal among others ... Orange is a major multinational telecommunications company operating in Francophone West Africa, as Orange Telecoms and Sonatel in Cote D’Ivoire and Senegal respectively, the region’s biggest Francophone economic hubs.

With federal legislation still pending, Queens official seeks ‘common sense’ way to stop annoying robocalls

QNS 14 Mar 2019
Calls are generated from numbers that appear to be from other countries, like Lithuania, the Virgin Islands, Belarus and Senegal or mimic local area codes and phone numbers ... Vallone said that the FCC has also failed to take proper action and urges telecom companies to take acti0n on their own to tamp down on robocalls.

Gambia: GRTS Negotiates a Deal With a Private Company? Foroyaa Interviews Director General

All Africa 07 Mar 2019
Foroyaa has engaged the Director General of the Gambia Radio and Television Services (GRTS), Mr Abdou M.K. Touray, on their contract with Excaf Telecom Company of Senegal. The DG has confirmed in an exclusive interview with our reporter, that this private Company would take charge of transmitting the signals of GRTS-TV ....