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Mobile Telecommunications (MTC) has announced that it will host a tech innovation bazaar with the aim of showcasing cutting-edge technologies and innovations that have the potential to revolutionize industries, with a specific focus on enhancing digital inclusivity in the country.

Writing this article presented a challenge due to the widespread use of the fourth Industrial Revolution as a catchphrase by politicians and technocrats as it might be taken as a criticism.

As part of the MTC Tech Innovation Bazaar 2023, the United Nations Development Programme (UNDP) Namibia Accelerator Lab has launched an innovative challenge with a special focus on data-driven approaches to create a digital twin, poised to enhance the sustainability, infrastructure, and overall quality of life in Windhoek.

The government, through the Ministry of Information and Communication Technology, has secured technical assistance from the United Nations Development Programme (UNDP) in piloting the digital transformation journey.

The Paratus Group has entered into an agreement to become the distributor for Starlink's high-speed services across the African continent.

The Ministry of Information Communication Technology has expressed concern over the low rate of public SIM card registration.

Local startup LEFA has secured a contract with global tech giant Google to map the country.

The Communication Regulatory Authority of Namibia (CRAN) says only 795,991 active SIM cards out of 2.7 million have been registered, with four months left before the deadline set by the regulator.

Internal auditors are increasingly being pressured to boost the value they bring to their organisations, and hence some are asking whether artificial intelligence (AI) may help them meet this goal.

 Mobile Telecommunications Limited (MTC), Namibia University of Namibia (NUST), and Methealth Administrators Namibia have signed a memorandum of understanding (MoU) to collaborate on research, technology, and innovation.

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