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Vodacom Tanzania is in initial discussions with Tanzania Communications Regulatory Authority (TCRA) on the possibility of investing in 5G technology. This comes as the telecommunication firm was soldiering on with its Sh75 billion investment this year alone in broadband expansion for 3G and 4G technologies across the country. Managing director Hisham Hendi told The Citizen...

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The proposed policy which allows electronic communications network service (ECNS) licensees to erect 5G towers on private property may infringe on South Africans’ constitutional rights. This is according to civic organisations and telecoms analysts reacting to the proposed policy that aims to accommodate the accelerated deployment of electronic communications networks, such as LTE and 5G....

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The Namibian government has ordered the Ministry of Environment, Forestry and Tourism to conduct a strategic environmental assessment of the introduction of 5G technology in the country, reports The Namibian. The government has also asked the Communications Regulatory Authority of Namibia (CRAN) to accelerate the development of a 5G strategy for Namibia, which will be...

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Aviat Networks has announced that Kenyan telecoms operator Safaricom has selected its WTM 4800 multi-band radio platform for 5G backhaul. Multi-band combines traditional microwave (6GHz-42GHz) and E-band (70GHz-80GHz) over the same link and same antenna, helping to lower spectrum costs by offloading traffic from microwave spectrum onto less expensive E-band spectrum, while still maintaining the reliability of...