Africa’s infrastructure needs – including road, rail, ports, transmission and power – are considerable, and will become increasingly pronounced on account of the continent’s need for such infrastructure to support its social and economic growth. It is estimated that international investors’ interested in Africa have as much as US$550bn in assets1 that could be deployed…
Africa’s internet economy has great potential. Experts estimate that it could gross $180 billion in the near future. Continue reading for full report
The Government has confirmed that it is in the final stages of the acquisition of AirtelTigo, its customers and shares.
After receiving an unfavorable decision from the High Court, Telecom Giant Scancom (MTN) heads to the Supreme Court to quash the National Communications Authority’s decision.
MTN Ghana sought to invoke the High Court’s judicial review powers to quash the decision of the NCA to classify it as a Significant Market Player. This categorization permits the Authority to take remedial actions against the telco to promote competition.
Ghana has recorded its highest ever electricity export since 2000, a report by the Energy Commission’s on Energy Statistics has revealed.