Next NDC govt will invest $3bn in creating digital jobs – Mahama

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“The One Million Coders Programme will be aimed at creating additional digital jobs for our youth and we intend to spend $3 billion investments in Information and Communication Technology (ICT),” he told an audience at a public lecture at the Christian Service University in Kumasi

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Africa Data Centre and iOCO joins forces, to fuel competition in the IT services industry

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“To achieve effective digital transformation, today’s businesses must be able to access an ecosystem of networks and cloud providers at any time and from anywhere. Working together, iOCO and Africa Data Centres can leverage their complementary positions in the market to help customers achieve their digital transformation goals,” concludes Durvasula

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E-levy: Government erred when it taxed digital platforms as against the digital economy – Dr. Ashigbey

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“The error we made with e-levy was that instead of taxing the digital economy, we taxed the digital platforms. Ideally what we should have been doing is mobile money is helping the digital economy to grow, so now we have the situation where a lot of people like me, I have a farm…and I have a merchant wallet so when people buy they put the money on the wallet, when I have to pay my people, I pay my people with that.

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AirtelTigo Wins Marketing Campaign of the Year and Innovative Product of the Year at GITTA Awards

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The Marketing Campaign of the year went to AirtelTigo ‘To Gu Me So’, a reload and point-based promotion which was designed to reward over 50,000 AirtelTigo customers with over One Million Ghana Cedis Cash, and other amazing prizes across the country. The Campaign also stood out for its captivating nature through responsible communications, music, and engaging market activations, leading to its high popularity among Ghanaians.

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WhatsApp will no longer work on these iPhone models

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“Unfortunately, for internal reasons, WhatsApp is now planning to drop support for some iOS versions over the next few months: we are talking about iOS 10 and iOS 11,” WABetaInfo reveals in a report. This reveals a screenshot with the following message: “Update to the latest version of iOS to continue using WhatsApp. The app will stop supporting this version of iOS after October 24, 2022.

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