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The federal government is aiming for 70% broadband penetration in Nigeria by 2025. To this end, Abuja is stepping up actions to encourage more investment in the sector.  Telecom operators will now pay N14.50 (USD 0.033) per meter as a right of way fee to deploy broadband infrastructure in the Federal Capital Territory of Nigeria. The...

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Pan-African telecommunications services provider Liquid Intelligent Technologies says it is building a 7 000km fibre network in the Eastern Cape, to connect the municipalities and citizens of SA’s least-connected province. The Cassava Technologies subsidiary − which provides high-speed, low-latency networking infrastructure across 14 countries − says it is working with partners towards building a digital future for...

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ICT digital solutions and network services provider Angola Cables has established the Telcables entity to provide connectivity and digital solutions in Nigeria and West Africa. According to Angola Cables, the Telcables team will work with local network service providers, metro networks and operators to develop and deploy localised ICT solutions powered by the Angola Cables’...

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Link Africa (Pty) Ltd., South Africa’s largest independent Fibre Network Operator, has named Imran Abbas as its incoming Chief Executive Officer, with effect from 1 December, 2022. He will take over the reins from Craig Carthy, who is moving on to new endeavours. At the same time we would like to wish Craig all the...

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The Equiano sea cable is the highest capacity cable landing in South Africa Liquid Dataport, a business of Cassava Technologies,  is bringing much-needed access to affordable internet in South Africa. Liquid Dataport has acquired a pair of fibre cables on Equiano, the new West coast submarine cable, capable of delivering up to 12 Terabytes of...

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South Africa-based MTN Group is reportedly looking to harness the potential of rising demand for broadband services across the African continent, and to that end is aiming to build out 135,000km of fibre-optic cabling by 2025 and generate revenues of up to USD1 billion for its network-as-a-service and platform-as-a-service. Working with its wholesale and infrastructure services arm MTN GlobalConnect, MTN is...

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Without affordable and quality Internet service for the entire population, the digital economy will be distorted. The South Sudanese government, which is well aware of this, has been working since 2020 to consolidate its data capacities. On Monday, September 19, South Sudan and Djibouti unveiled the signing of a fiber optic interconnection memorandum of understanding. The high-speed...