Sierra Leone government poised to take over Comium

Comium-Sierra Leone

 “The telecom company is given an ultimatum to address debt and staff issues.” (PC-Advisor): The government of Sierra Leone has issued an ultimatum to Comium, which has been plagued by debt, a strike and criticism from subscribers about network problems. The government has threatened to take over management of the company if it fails More...

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Internet Service providers in Sierra Leone
By On Wednesday, January 15th, 2014

Service providers in Sierra Leone are protesting the government’s move to close them

 By: Olusegun Abolaji Ogundeji  Service providers in Sierra Leone are protesting the government’s move to close them, following allegations that they have failed to meet a Dec. 16 deadline to pay fees More...

African communities are becoming increasingly mobile-centric (file photo)
By On Thursday, June 6th, 2013

In Sierra Leone,Inadequate Frequency Spectrum Affecting the Mobile Phone Industry

 By:  Sylvester Johnson The more one digs into matters related to the mobile phone industry in Sierra Leone, the more one realises that things are not as they should be and that numerous errors have been made More...

By On Wednesday, May 22nd, 2013

Sierra Leone:-Poor services may lead to Airtel’s suspension in Sierra Leone

 Airtel Sierra Leone has 21 days to improve services By: Olusegun Abolaji Ogundeji | 21 May 13 Airtel Sierra Leone has been issued a 21-day ultimatum by the country’s telecom regulator to improve its More...

NATCOM Chairman, Siray Timbo
By On Wednesday, May 22nd, 2013

Sierra Leone:-NATCOM’s Chairman lauded for his “unwavering commitment to integrity” as a regulator

 By: Anthony Abdul Karim Kamara Jnr, Sierra Leone’s National Telecommunication Commission (NATCOM) chairman, Siray A. Timbo was recently lauded in Istanbul, Turkey during the 8th International Electronic More...

By On Wednesday, February 13th, 2013

Sierra Leone Police website Hacked by Brazilian Cyber Army

 The hacker group known as Brazilian Cyber army has claimed to have hacked the official website of Sierra Leone Police ( . The hackers breached the site and compromised the data from the server. The More...

Kelvin Doe from Sierra Leone
By On Tuesday, November 20th, 2012

Self-Taught Teen Prodigy From Sierra Leone Wows MIT Engineers [VIDEO]

  The latest installment of the THNKR’s Prodigies YouTube series highlights Sierra Leone teen Kelvin Doe, who is visiting the U.S. as a guest of MIT. The 15-year-old is a self-taught engineer, who has never More...

By On Sunday, November 18th, 2012

Accessing the e-commerce gold mine of Africa

 By: Peter Harvey AFRICA’s financial sector has tremendous potential. The continent is home to 1-billion people, half under 20, and has six out of 10 of the world’s fastest-growing economies. Yet a study More...

On June 6, 2012,The Internet Society announced that it's working with major ISPs, makers of home networking equipment and Web companies to permanently enable IPv6. Said to be the largest transition in the Internet's history, the shift away from IPv4
By On Friday, August 24th, 2012

The Internet Society has urged internet service providers in Africa to enter into peering and interconnection agreements to improve the quality of services and costs.

 By: Thabiso Mochiko Peering among regional and local internet service providers and network providers will also improve the distribution of content across geographic areas. In June 6, 2012,The Internet Society More...

Konza Tech City Project
By On Wednesday, August 8th, 2012

African Development Bank To Support Kenya’s $10bn Konza Tech City Project

 Kenya’s planned multi-billion dollar ICT park, Konza Technology City, has received a major boost from the African Development Bank (AfDB) which has pledged to help the government raise 800 billion shillings More...