Welcome to yet another edition of your favourite Big 5 Daily gists.
The Lesotho Communications Authority is urging social media influencers with up to 100 followers to comply with the Internet Broadcasting Rules. It seeks to regulate the content distributed over the internet by influencers and internet broadcasters.
Next, on the Big 5, Canal+ has acquired 6.5% ordinary shares in Multichoice after the CEO resigned. He resigned after 14 years of leading various parts of the group.
Still, in South Africa, Cell C has partnered with Facebook to roll out express public WiFi hotspots for free. The project will be carried out by Saldanha Bay Municipality in the Western Cape.
See Also: The Big 5 Daily: 13th October 2020
iCivil Africa, a Burkina Faso-based startup has developed a digital birth certificate system to register newborn babies. The registration process involves a smartphone, bracelet, and encoded text messages.
Apple finally introduced the much-anticipated iPhone 12 and iPhone 12 Mini smartphones two days back. Watch this space for a detailed review of one of the cheapest premium 5G phones on the market.
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