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Consumer needs for telecom services have changed a lot since the Covid-19 pandemic. Botswana’s incumbent telecom operator wants to modernize its network system to meet current and future industry challenges and remain competitive over the next few years.  Incumbent operator Botswana Telecommunications Corporation (BTC) has selected Infovista’s technology to modernize its existing mobile network and prepare...

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Non-profit construction industry representative body, the Botswana Women in Construction (BOWICO), has urged government to use data effectively in the establishment of smart cities and thereby help to create ‘a night economy’. This after the government announced its intention to convert the country’s second capital Francistown and the resort town Maun into smart cities Botswana...

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Orange Money, the mobile money service of Orange and leading Pan-African payments company, Cellulant have announced a new partnership to enable card-to-wallet transfers for eight banks in Botswana. The Orange Money Card-To-Wallet service in Botswana enables customers to transfer money online from any bank account to an Orange Money wallet. The Orange Money Card-To-Wallet service...

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Botswana’s government plans to link up with UNCTAD (United Nations Conference on Trade and Development) to jointly review the country’s National Research, Science, Technology and Innovation Policy. Minister of Communications, Knowledge and Technology Thulagano Segokgo said the review was necessary in order to align policy with both regional and international protocols to support sustainable development....

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Botswana’s state-owned infrastructure company, Botswana Fibre Networks (BoFiNet), has contracted Ribbon Communications to upgrade and enhance its national backbone network. Ribbon is providing BoFiNet with a multi-terabit optical network that combines DWDM transport and OTN switching. Based on Ribbon’s Apollo optical networking products, the solution gives BoFiNet a fully programmable optical network that supports multiple-routing resiliency and dynamic restoration...

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Botswana Telecommunications (BTC) anticipates a tough operating environment on the back of rising local inflation and increasing international commodity prices. The company remains resolute in rolling out its infrastructure investment strategy, specifically to upgrade the mobile network to 4.5G (LTE-A). BTC Managing Director Anthony Masunga said, “In the short-to-medium term, the economic growth outlook is...

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Paratus Botswana has confirmed the installation of the first independent fibre in Gaborone’s Central Business District, effectively linking up the local business community to its network. According to a statement released to the media, the service provider initially invested in microwave infrastructure, creating an independent ring in Gaborone and extended that across the border into...