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Facebook promises cheaper internet in Africa

 American social media giant Facebook says its investments in internet connectivity in Africa will see the continent’s economy grow by nearly $60bn (£47bn) by 2024.A

Google launches ‘Think with Google’ in sub-Saharan Africa

 Google on Tuesday said it had launched its Sub-Saharan African website- `’- to help marketers on the continent get the locally-relevant insights they need.Asha Patel,

MTN launches 5G network

 MTN South Africa has launched its commercial 5G network, providing access to 100 sites across the country.According to MTN SA CEO Godfrey Motsa during the

No 5G licence holder in Nigeria, says NCC

 The Nigerian Communications Commission (NCC ) has reiterated that it has not licensed any telecoms firm to provide 5G services.A statement by its Director, Public

Senate asks FG to suspend 5G network deployment

The Senate on Tuesday asked the Federal Government to suspend the planned deployment of the Fifth Generation Network in Nigeria.The red chamber stated this after

Eight power plants idle, generation tumbles to 2,983MW

 The number of idle power plants in the country rose by two to eight on Tuesday, worsening the blackout being experienced by many consumers.Total power

NASA scientists find Earth-like planet

 NASA scientists have just found an earth-like planet almost its size that may be capable of supporting life as we know it.The planet was found

5G not spreading coronavirus – WHO

The World Health Organisation says that viruses cannot travel on radio waves or mobile networks, saying COVID-19 is a respiratory disease.WHO through a statement on

5G and COVID-19: Technology, conspiracy and ignorance

 ONE would ordinarily have dismissed the “controversy” around 5G technology and the strange connection with COVID-19 being stridently pursued by some people as ignorant rants

Telecoms record 725% increase in foreign capital investment in 2019

The National Bureau of Statistics (NBS) has disclosed that foreign capital investment in the telecommunications industry rose by 725% in 2019 from the $114.43 million recorded in