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The Emerging Africa Infrastructure Fund (EAIF), a Private Infrastructure Development Group (PIDG) (www.PIDG.org) company, has committed to buy up to US$50,000,000 of a bond issue by Liquid Telecommunications, that is being launched on Monday 22rd February 2020. The bond (“The New Note Offering”) aims to raise US$600 million which will be used to refinance existing debt and...

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Liquid Telecom Group has acquired the Middle East and Africa operations of Quattro Business Solutions (QBS), which specialises in Microsoft Dynamics enterprise software. The acquisition will enhance Liquid Telecom’s digital service offerings. QBS is an official indirect cloud solution provider for Microsoft Dynamics and currently supports over 800 partners in 25 countries, Liquid Telecom said. The purchase gives Liquid Telecom...

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Liquid Telecom, Africa’s leading telecoms group, has renewed and expanded its Ku band capacity agreements on Eutelsat Communications’ EUTELSAT 7B satellite to support the extension of its VSAT broadband services. Liquid Telecom, Africa’s leading telecoms group, has renewed and expanded its Ku band capacity agreements on Eutelsat Communications’ EUTELSAT 7B satellite. Under this multi-year, multi...

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Liquid Telecom is undergoing major changes – including a rebranding and a revised strategy for the next financial year. Last year, the company announced a rebranding to “Liquid Intelligent Technologies”, as well as restructuring which saw it retrench a number of employees. Its new strategy is to reposition its product set and move away from...

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African telco group Liquid Telecom is activating a new 82km cross-border link between South Africa and Botswana, as it seeks to improve connectivity between the latter country and Liquid’s 73,000km pan-African fibre network. The new link runs between Lobatse on the South African border and Botswana’s capital city Gaborone. Odirile Tamajobe, Managing Director of Liquid...

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Liquid Telecom is to acquire full control of its unit in Botswana, buying the 42.5% of shares currently held by the Botswana Power Corporation (BPC). The two firms created Liquid Telecom Botswana as a joint venture in 2016, with the unit providing wholesale international bandwidth to incumbent fixed-line operator Botswana Telecommunications Corporation (BTC), local mobile...

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Pan-African telecoms group, Liquid Telecom is eying expansion in North America and Europe after partnering with Zayo, a global provider of communications infrastructure. In a statement, the companies say the partnership will see Liquid Telecom and Zayo leveraging existing networks for many of their customers who have operations in North America and Europe in addition...

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Liquid Telecom will be the core backbone operator that will bring the recently-launched Project Taara to other service providers in the quest to expand and enhance affordable high-speed internet to previously unreached communities across Africa. This is according to Liquid Telecom’s Chief of Technology and Innovation, Ben Roberts who said the company will provide the...