British telco Vodafone has confirmed that it is in talks to buys a tranche of European cable assets from Liberty Global. Vodafone had been linked to a previous move to acquire Liberty’s cable operations, which would position it as a triple- or quad-play operation with interests spanning TV, broadband, and telephony
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North Korea has been a chat during the world conference on nuclear security held in Washngton.
After meeting President Xi Jinping of China, President Barack Obama has said all obliged to make the area of the Korean peninsula into a zone free non-nuclear and put more sanctions against Pyongyang.
Nine government agencies involved in cargo clearance at theKenyan port of Mombasa have until December 31 to migrate to the Single Electronic Window System before its full rollout. Starting January 1, all trade transactions involving the agencies — including applications for permits, as well as payment and collection of taxes, fees, duties and levies needed in cross-border transactions — will henceforth be made through the … Continue reading New system to slash cargo clearance time at Mombasa port, other points
Mobile number portability (MNP) was once supposed to be the next best thing to happen to mobile telephony in East Africa. Launched in Kenya in April 2011, amid talk that the service heralded a new dawn, regulators and small or new operators alike would find out soon enough that they took too optimistic a view of the purported benefits of MNP. Number portability, a service … Continue reading Is the mobile number portability idea dead on arrival? Experts differ