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Access Alert: Advancing pan-African mobile roaming to unlock seamless connectivity and growth opportunities

Digital transformation is accelerating in Africa, driven by the growing adoption of mobile services. According to the World Bank, sub-Saharan...

23 Feb 2024 Opinion
Access Alert: Advancing pan-African mobile roaming to unlock seamless connectivity and growth opportunities
AI in Africa: Unlocking Potential, Igniting Progress

AI in Africa: Unlocking Potential, Igniting Progress

As we stand at the threshold of the generative AI revolution, it will be critical to take early steps to...

21 Sep 2023 AI Policy Lab reports
The African space industry is open for business! Is Africa really open for business?

The African space industry is open for business! Is Africa really open for business?

In the last few years, Africa has witnessed an unprecedented acceleration in tech products and services hinged on the outer...

12 Jun 2023 Opinion
Access Alert | Rwandan government approves National AI Policy

Access Alert | Rwandan government approves National AI Policy

On 20 April 2023, the Cabinet of Rwanda approved the National AI Policy, a significant step towards harnessing the potential...

5 Jun 2023 Opinion
SDGs and Space in Africa

SDGs and Space in Africa

AfricaCom 2022 recently concluded. As the premier event for the telecoms industry in Africa, there were many key discussions on...

18 Nov 2022 Opinion
Africa Continental Free Trade Area: What are the opportunities for the ICT sector?

Africa Continental Free Trade Area: What are the opportunities for the ICT sector?

This report was co-authored with Nicholas Frimpong-Manso and Lawrence Amevor from GP Business Consulting, a premier consultancy based in Africa....

25 Oct 2022 Reports
The State of Cybersecurity in Africa: The Chinese Effect

The State of Cybersecurity in Africa: The Chinese Effect

Introduction In Africa, core services such as communications, electric grids, transport systems, health services, and smart cities, are increasingly dependent...

23 Jun 2022 Opinion