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Extensia Bridge supports the growth and transformation of Africa’s Telecoms and ICT Service Providers.

Telecoms and ICT on the African Continent is one of the most challenging and dynamic sectors in the World. To keep pace with change and embrace opportunity, service providers need a partner who can help them to keep pace with change while they manage the here and now! Extensia Bridge is that partner for many service providers across Africa


  • Liquid Telecom Inaugurates METISS Subsea Cable Landing Station in KwaZulu-Natal

    Liquid Telecom South Africa, part of the leading pan-African telecoms group Liquid Telecom, together with a consortium of telecommunication companies, has officially inaugurated the landing station of the Melting Pot Indianoceanic Submarine System (METISS) at Umbogotwini in KwaZulu-Natal. The Project is expected to be completed and operational by July 2020. Dr. Angus Hay, General Manager

  • Uganda: Anite raps UTL over failed business partnership

    Outspoken Evelyn Anite, the minister for state for Investment and Privatisation, is known for not mincing her words and when she got wind of the failed partnership between Uganda telecom and Chinese electronics  firm ENGO Holdings Limited, she lay the blame on the former, writes AARON GAD ORENA. Uganda telecom has fallen on hard times. Low

  • South Africa: Blue Label Telecoms’ shareholders back disposals to DNI

    Shareholders of South Africa’s Blue Label Telecoms, which has lost almost half of its value since January, have unanimously approved the sale of two assets for some ZAR 1 billion, Bloomberg reported. They approved the sale of 85 percent of its stake in subsidiary Blue Label Mobile for ZAR 450 million to DNI, a SIM

  • Nigeria: 9mobile Promises Enhanced Customer Experience

    Telecom company, 9mobile, has introduced exciting new data plans and revamped its existing ones to enable customers on the network enjoy more value for their money. The initiative is to enable 9mobile customers have more data to stay online and enjoy superior browsing and streaming experience, as quality data just got more affordable. 9mobile is


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