Fighting Anti-trust, Safaricom ordered to open its M-Pesa platform among your weekend reads

This week, the Ebola epidermic took its toll on West African nations. Latest figures from WHO’s tally indicate that the virus has infected 1,323 and led to 729 deaths across Guinea, Liberia, Nigeria, and Sierra Leone. WHO Director General Margaret Chan said that the “outbreak is moving faster than our efforts to control it.”. With that, we continue to pray for our brothers and sisters in West Africa. Otherwise here are our weekly reads that you could have missed.

# Safaricom ordered to open its M-Pesa platform //Techmoran

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# Laying the Ground for Local Content //James Wire

#UbuntuNet, Africa’s high-speed Internet Network for Research & Education Commisione //Techmoran

# Rwanda pulls the plug on Analogue TV, Affecting over 51000 TV sets //Techjaja

# Michio Kaku on the Intellectual Capital Economy //iAfrikan

# Nokia X series owners get new update //

# What you need to know about Stellar, the new open-source solution to international currency exchange //Thenextweb

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# Sierra Leone’s top Ebola doctor dies from virus //Reuters

# World Health Organization chief says latest ebola outbreak is moving too fast to control //The Verge

// With African nations on high alert following the Ebola outbreak in West Africa, here’s an infographic about the disease

Ebola Virus disease

Ebola Virus disease



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