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ICT Africa Company Profile

We are African ICT experts dedicated to supporting the ICT revolution in Africa, the bridging of the digital divide and the effective use of ICTs in Africa as a vehicle for sustained economic development. Our site is a one stop shop for all news and information relating to ICT in Africa including fibre optic infrastructure development, mobile networks, satellite systems, the Internet and broadband networks and applications. Our news sections include our feature articles on all aspects of ICTs in Africa, ICT headlines from other news sources and business news releases. We encourage visitors to contribute to our feature stories by making comments or contacting us with their own feature stories. Our job section is a meeting place for Africa IT jobs seekers interested in ICT opportunities in Africa and ICT companies in Africa seeking talent. We encourage employers to post their jobs here and job seekers to post their skills and expertise. Our bids section is a market place for African companies seeking products and services and vendors worldwide interested in supplying products. We encourage African ICT companies to submit their bids in this section to reach out to a wide range of global vendors visiting our site. Our ICT Africa event sections inform visitors of all the tradeshows, conferences and workshops taking place throughout the continent. Event organisers are encouraged to share their upcoming events with all our site visitors.

News from ICT Africa:

Latest ICT Africa Article Reveals Reasons Behind the Failure of American Telecom Equipment Vendors to Capture Lucrative African Market

NEW YORK, Sept. 10, 2013 /PRNewswire/ – ICT Africa ) today announced the release of its latest informative article on information and communication technology (ICT) in Africa. The new article explores why American telecommunication equipment vendors have failed to capture any of the lucrat…