Government started the construction of the ICT innovation hub here in Kampala. The hub, according to the ICT and National Guidance Minister, Frank Tumwebaze will serve as a resource centre for Ugandan innovators
It is now possible to own an Internet address, or domain name, ending with .africa. Already, more than 8000 of the continent’s and world’s biggest brands, businesses and individuals have registered for this exciting new Internet address.
This week, Uganda hosted the 2017 Capacity Africa Conference that drew a host of international investors and users of ICT products and services for two days. Convergence among the delegates remains on sharing of infrastructure for both voice and data related technology by service providers. Uganda Communications Commission’s Executive
Today, the National Information Technology Authority Uganda (NITA-U) has hosted an open dialogue with leading private sector players including bankers, health, agriculture and telecoms on an upcoming System integration project at Serena Hotel.
The battle between the executive and legislative branch of government over the SIM card switch off last week still rages on, as yesterday Information, Communications and Technology (ICT) Minister, Frank Tumwebaze was forced to apologise for defying the Members of Parliament's resolution on the matter. In her opening remarks to the August