The government of Botswana is implementing new measures to help expand connectivity across the country.
The Malawi Communications Regulatory Authority (MACRA) has outlined a five-year plan to spur the adoption of ICT services in rural and remote locations in the country.
The Lebanese government will pass a law to allow local operators Touch and Alfa to significantly raise tariff prices on July 1 to aid the flagging telecoms sector.
Canada revealed plans to ban operators from buying equipment from Huawei and ZTE in a bid to safeguard the country’s national security, a move that pushes the Chinese vendors from Western markets and entrenches them further in emerging markets.
Lesotho has joined the rush to register SIM cards, threatening that mobile network users who fail to comply with the legal registration of SIM cards will be cut off until they do so.