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Press > News05.07.05
Hi-tech cell phones aid SA farmers
Daniel Mashva heaves his sack of cabbages and sweet potatoes into a rickety shared taxi and travels nine hours under the scorching sun to the market in Johannesburg, South Africa.

By the time he arrives, half his tiny harvest is rotten and the 48-year-old father of five returns to his impoverished village just a few pennies richer.
 
Press > News01.07.05
Farmers go to market via cellphones
Senegalese mobile solutions company Manobi, together with Vodacom and Alcatel, has launched a project providing market information via cellphones to farmers at Makuleke in northern Limpopo province.

Daniel Annerose, Manobi founder and GM, says the first phase of the project gives around 100 farmers real-time market information and enables buyers to place orders with the farmers.
 
Press > Communicate17.05.05
Manobi launches in Senegal a free-access SMS market information service
With "Xam Marsé", the latest market information system on SMS and the Internet developed by Manobi, the, Senegalese farmers, traders, hoteliers or housewives can now receive everyday, on their telephone, a free SMS containing information on the product of their choice on any selected market.
 
Press > Partner29.03.05
Alcatel signs a MOU with Manobi to provide mobile services in Africa and the Middle East
Paris, 29 March 2005 - Alcatel (Paris: CGEP.PA and NYSE: ALA) announced today the signature of a 3-year MOU with Manobi, the leading operator of Mobile and Internet services dedicated to the rural sector of developing and emerging countries. Already a long-term partner with Manobi, Alcatel will be involved in the running of several pilot projects that will improve the standard of living and infrastructure in these countries, but also strengthen Alcatel's presence in Africa and the Middle East.
 
Press > News11.11.04
ICT Achievers Awards a truly pan-African event
EFFORTS to turn the annual Information and Communications Technology (ICT) Achievers Awards into a pan-African event have succeeded, with the top winners of this year's event both coming from outside SA...
 
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Manobi launches in Senegal a free-access SMS market information service > With "Xam Marsé", the latest market information system on SMS and the Internet developed by Manobi, the, Senegalese farmers, traders, hoteliers or housewives can now receive everyday, on their telephone, a free SMS containing information on the product of their choice on any selected market.

 
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Time To Market > The professional tool for real-time data management of market information

If you are a professional in the field, a private or public institution, T2M will provide you with the necessary market current market situation, to define your policy and orientate your marketing strategy based on those information

 
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Limpopo > Manobi is in partnership with Vodacom and Alcatel to launch a new project for rural communities involved in agribusiness. The goal of this project is to provide to these communities GSM added value services to help them to be more performant on the national market.

 
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Communicate > Manobi named Top ICT Company and Most-Innovative Company of the year at the African ICT Awards"
Senegal-based internet and mobile data services operator Manobi pipped six other information and communications technology (ICT) organisations from around Africa to scoop the overall organisational accolade at the African ICT Achievers . Manobi was also voted the most innovative company, while six other organisational awards went to entities drawn from 20 finalists.


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MANOBI’s ‘Innovative Internet and wireless e-services for the strengthening of Senegalese fisherman artisans’ is a new project started in early 2003. > This project uses WAP and SMS technology via cell phones to provide fishermen with up-to-date weather reports and market price information...

 
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