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Mobile Telecommunications Limited (MTC) has announced its launch of a Service Delivery Platform (SDP) to build a fully functional Digital Shopping platform and facilitate service innovation to deliver a converged experience at a faster service time to the market. 

Mobile Telecommunications Limited (MTC) which was recently listed on the Namibian Stock Exchange has recorded an after-tax profit of N$743.3 million for the 12 months ended 30 September 2021.

Namibia's telecommunications regulator says the government's continued hold on the country’s Information and Communication Technologies (ICT) sector was impacting on competitiveness and growth.

With tech startups gaining traction in the Namibian space by providing solutions to everyday challenges, Autono-Me is one such platform that is targeting to disrupt traditional models of work. The Brief (TB) caught up with one of the firm's founders and Chief Executive Officer, Ndiilokelwa Nthengwe (NN) to discuss the launch of the platform. Below are excerpts of the interview. 

The Communications Regulatory Authority of Namibia (CRAN) and Telecom Namibia Limited have struck a settlement agreement over N$67 million in regulatory levies allegedly owed by the telco for the period 2012 to 2018.

Cape Town financial-technology provider Ozow says it plans to hunt for acquisitions as well as start services in Namibia, among three other African countries.

Telecom Namibia says it is planning to more than double its investment in network upgrades to over NS$350 million under its 2023 Integrated Strategic Business Plan (ISBP).

Mobile Telecommunications Limited (MTC) has announced its foray into the lucrative e-commerce space by revealing the planned launch of an online store, “Bluetick” , expected to go live on the 1st of December, 2021.

The Communications Regulatory Authority of Namibia (CRAN) says its recent decision to order Mobile Telecommunications Ltd (MTC) to share its infrastructure with MTN Namibia was influenced by an independent assessment conducted by the Authority, which concluded that MTC had excess capacity on its network and thus was in a position to share its infrastructure.

Multichoice Namibia, owners of pay-tv subscription service DStv, says it has no immediate plans to unbundle some of its sports and movie channels.

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