Africa’s telecoms market will hit $51bn by 2021

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Sub-Saharan Africa’s telecoms service market will be worth $51 billion by 2021, up from $41 billion last year. Mobile services will represent more than 88.4 per cent of the telecoms service revenue in 2021, according to a new report by Analysys Mason, a global specialist adviser in telecoms, media and technology. Retail telecoms revenue in the region will grow at a compound annual growth rate (CAGR) of 4.1 per cent during 2015-2021, the Analysys Mason’s Sub-Saharan Africa telecoms market: trends and forecasts 2016-2021 report released on October 27 indicates. Karim…

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Q&A with Ethel Cofie, Co-Founder Women in Tech Africa, and EDEL Technology Consulting

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This is a QnA with the CEO of EDEL Technology Consulting, a custom software and digital products company and Founder of Women in Tech Africa, Africa’s largest women in tech group with members in over 30 Africa countries and physical chapter in Ghana, Kenya and London.  It was featured on Women’s Forum. Women’s Forum: Why did you choose to be a speaker at the Women’s Forum Mauritius 2016? I have always been passionate about technology, innovation, women leadership and empowerment. The theme (Bringing more women and youth into the innovation…

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Top 10 CEOs Innovating the African Tech Industry

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African Tech 10. Alpesh Patel, Oju Africa Created in 2012, Oju Africa is part of Mi-Group International and is the first African-centric Emoticon provider. Running the show is Apesh Patel who has set his sights high in trying to bring Apple on board to diversify its range of emoticons; the word ‘Oju’ literally meaning ‘faces’ in the Yoruba language from its native Nigeria. 9. Barbara Mallinson, Obami Voted as one of the top young people to take to lunch, Barbara Mallinson has been labelled as one of the most refreshing…

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