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COMMUNICATIONS AFRICA/AFRIQUE
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18th may 2020
 2Africa subsea cable to boost Internet connectivity across Africa 2Africa subsea cable to boost Internet connectivity across Africa

Facebook, MTN GlobalConnect, Orange, stc, Telecom Egypt, Vodafone, China Mobile, and WIOCC have announced that they will partner to build 2Africa, one of the largest subsea projects in the world, connecting 23 countries in Africa, the Middle East and Europe

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 Alphabet’s Loon, Vodacom partner to increase Internet access in Mozambique Alphabet's Loon, Vodacom partner to increase Internet access in Mozambique

Alphabet's Loon and mobile operator company Vodacom have signed an agreement to use Loon's balloon-powered Internet solution to expand Mozambique's Vodacom network

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 Mobile subscribers up in Nigeria Mobile subscribers up in Nigeria

Mobile subscribers in Nigeria moved up to 187.15mn in February 2020, an eight per cent growth from the 173.28mn users in February 2019, according to the monthly report from the Nigerian Communications Commission

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 Farm Radio Trust raises COVID-19 awareness in Malawi Farm Radio Trust raises COVID-19 awareness in Malawi

Farm Radio Trust, a long-term partner of the World Food Programme (WFP) in Malawi, is broadcasting COVID-19 awareness messages for rural farmers

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 Vubiquity to provide Airtel Africa with TV content hosted on Microsoft Azure Vubiquity to provide Airtel Africa with TV content hosted on Microsoft Azure

Vubiquity, an Amdocs company, and one of the leading providers of premium content services and media technology solutions, has announced that it will become a premium content supplier and exclusive content curator for Airtel Africa

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 Mastercard Start Path selects African fintech for global engagement programme Mastercard Start Path selects African fintech for global engagement programme

Ukheshe, an SMME digital banking platform provider, has been selected to join Mastercard Start Path, an exclusive startup engagement programme for later-stage scaling startups

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 Teraco to build second data centre facility in Cape Town Teraco to build second data centre facility in Cape Town

Data centre provider Teraco has confirmed the construction of Teraco Cape Town 2 (CT2), a new 30MW data centre facility

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 Nutanix launches new features to protect business-critical apps Nutanix launches new features to protect business-critical apps

Nutanix has introduced several new features to secure business-critical applications and maintian continuous business operations in the face of a possible disaster

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 Telkom Kenya to power Afya Rekod COVID-19 monitoring platform Telkom Kenya to power Afya Rekod COVID-19 monitoring platform

Telecom company Telkom will power health tech company Afya Rekod's health management platform, which will facilitate COVID-19 monitoring and analysis

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 Tshimologong invites entrepreneurs to apply for TechAccel programme Tshimologong invites entrepreneurs to apply for TechAccel programme

Johannesburg-based Tshimologong and IBM are calling on startups to participate in this year's TechAccel programme

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Staying connected in a crisis Staying connected in a crisis

As the coronavirus storm grips the world, Jeremy Potgieter, regional director – Africa, Eseye, explains how emerging technology and data can reduce the impact of a pandemic. The full article has been published in the latest issue of Communication Africa

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Meeting water management goals sustainably Meeting water management goals sustainably

The relationship between sanitation and wastewater management affects Africa's social, economic and ecological future. UN efforts, if successful, will see inroads made by 2030 towards a water-secure future. The full article has been published in the latest issue of African Review

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 Rosgeo to start hydrocarbon mining in Equatorial Guinea Rosgeo to start hydrocarbon mining in Equatorial Guinea

Russia's geological company Rosgeo and the Ministry of Mines and Hydrocarbons (MMH) of Equatorial Guinea have signed two service contracts for the initial phase of seismic acquisition in transit zone, and state geological mapping in the Rio Muni area, Equatorial Guinea

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