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Analysis: Rethinking Satellite Procurement Contracts in Africa

Egypt's TIBA-1 Communications Satellite To Be Launched On 22 November
Egypt’s TIBA-1 communications satellite launched into space on 26 November 2019. Photo Credit: Airbus Defense and Space

More than ever before, African countries are establishing satellite programmes with the ultimate goal of owning and operating space-segment systems and ground infrastructure that drive economic prosperity and help nurture a sustainable environment. Different countries and institutions on the continent are adopting varying strategies to develop capabilities in space. Some of the approaches prevalent on…

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