At the just concluded e-learning Africa held in Senegalese, Gambia, the The President of Senegal, Abdoulaye Wade, has outlined his vision for radical change in African education even as he criticized European governments for restricting access for African students.Read More
The Computerize Nigeria Project, CNP, has rolled out a nationwide road show designed to put PCs in the hands many Nigerians across the country at affordable prices..Read More
JUST as the hen was roosting home one Monday in May 2009, the news flashed that the Executive Vice Chairman of the Nigerian Communications Commission, Engr Ernest Ndukwe was on the EFCC net, over the way he licensed the 2.3Ghz Wimax licence, to four operators.Read More
John Tanimola Obaro, is the Managing Director, SystemSpecs â€“ Nigeriaâ€™s leading HR, Payroll, Accounting and e-payment solutions provider. . At the just concluded e-Payment Forum for the Media organized by SystemSpecs, Obaro had an interactive session with IT journalists where he spoke on a number of industry issues including security issues in using ATM. Emekas Aginam, Vanguard Asst. Online Editor, was there.Read More
Supplier of prepaid telephone cards in Africa, Nasuba Express has said it is set to launch yet another new product for her African market tagged â€œNasuba Express card.â€Read More
THOSE who attended this yearâ€™s annual West and Central Africa Com Conference Abuja, last week, specifically to know the details of the 2.3Ghz license imbroglio, came back disappointed as the two principal parties to the conflict, shun questions on the issue.Read More
By Yahaya Suleiman it is very unfortunateÂ hearing former NCC boss, Engr Emmanuel Nnama appearing on televisions and newspapers saying what he has been saying on the 2.3 Ghz controversy. Particularly as everybody that has love for the Nigerian telecommunications industry is urging the presidency to ensure a quick resolution of the issue. I do
This may well be a major twist in the tale of the controversy generated by the interruption of the bidding process for the 2.3GHz spectrum. Recent claims by the Chairman of A3&O Ltd, Mr. Wale Adeyinka that his company did not write the purported petition upon which the Information and Communications Minister, Professor Dora Akunyili, based his castigation of the Nigerian Communications Commission over the bidding for the 2.3GHz national frequency spectrum may raise more questions about how government business is conducted in Nigeria.Read More
The President of the Ni gerian Computer Society, NCS, Prof. Charles Uwadia has said that e-voting system is feasible in the 2011 general elections with strong political will.Read More
THOSE who attended the this yearâ€™s annual West and Central Africa Com Conference Abuja, last week, specifically to know the details of the 2.3Ghz license imbroglio, came back disappointed as the two principal parties to the conflict, shun questions on the issue.|Read More
IF Middle East and Africa mobile operator Zain Group finally agrees to sell its Celtel Africa unit to the French company, new Orange, allegedly bidding for it, the Nigerian operation of the company may be heading for the 6th time name change.
The company is reported to be fascinated in this deal as it is expected to rake in up to USD 12 billion to its coffers.
Reports that the Minister of Information and Communications, Prof. Dora Akunyili unilaterally cancelled the sale of the 2.3GHz frequency band was at the weekend, debunked by the Ministry, describing it as being far from the truth.Read More
The House of Representa tives Chairman on Communication, Honorable Dave Salako at the weekend in Lagos expressed satisfaction at Etisalat outstanding quality of service as indicated in the performance report released recently by the Nigerian Communication Commission (NCC).Read More
Following the success of the maiden edition of MTN Project Fame competition, Nigerians youths turned out in their thousands at Fantasyland, Ikoyi and Ultima Studios, Ogba, for the auditions of MTN Project Fame Season 2 which kicks off next month.Read More
While more children and young people globally use the internet for growth and development, the African Information Security Association (AISA) has expressed worries over vulnerability of children exposed to online content, saying m that something urgently has to be done to stem the tide of dangers that children and young people are exposed to online:Read More