Tunisia has also the right to 5G

Source: African Manager (Self-translation as the article was originally published in French) Sadok Toumi, Chief of Staff at the Ministry of Communication Technologies and Digital Economy, has announced on Tuesday that “The Ministry of Communication Technologies and Digital Economy has set the end of 2021 as the last deadline for the launch of 5G licenses”. … Read more

After Tunisia, Is Egypt next?

This is the big question these days in the newsmedia. After Tunisia’s revolution, it looks like a domino effect is taking place in the Middle East and Egypt seems to be the next country to follow. After about nine days of continuous popular uprising against Egypt’s Mubarak, things seem to have taken a dramatic turn … Read more

Tunisian revolution: a look back

Exactly two weeks ago, dictator Zine al-Abidine Ben Ali fled the country after a people uprising of more than four weeks. I was glued to Facebook and Twitter ever since it all started with the self-immolation of Mohamed Bouazizi (may he rest in peace) (which sparkled the ignition for this revolution) to follow the latest … Read more

Back to (visiting) my former university in Tunis

Today, I decided to make a trip and visit my former university (Faculty of Sciences of Tunis), where I did my BSc of Computer Sciences. I graduated from there in 2002, so eight years later, many things have changed there. As I was walking around, old memories kept on coming back like the amphitheaters where … Read more