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Paratus Namibia has appointed Genevieve Cloete as Executive: Sales, Danie Malan as Executive: Customer Service and Stefan Frank-Shultz as Executive: Technical, to support its expansion. Managing Director, Andrew Hall, who previously held the overall sales function responsibility for the business, has appointed Cloete to enable him to focus on the company’s expansion plans. According to...

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Paratus Zambia has partnered Interactive Audio Visual Solutions to connect schools and make available online learning material. The network infrastructure and services company is looking to attract joint sponsors to replicate the Paratus Group’s success in Namibia and make it a reality in Zambia, particularly the success Namibian NGO EduVision achieved through its online e-learning...

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Namibia’s market-leading cellco Mobile Telecommunications (MTC) has commissioned five new sites in the Ohangwena region to improve network coverage, New Era reports. The new 3G sites, which were activated in early September, are at Omhedi, Omahayi, Okatope ka Melila, Ondobe Yomunghudi and Oshiti sha Haihonya. MTC executive Tim Ekandjo noted the deployment forms part of the...

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Telecom Namibia (TN) is inviting pre-paid mobile customers to register their SIMs before a mandatory national registration exercise kicks off next year. TN’s pre-paid customers can now complete the process at any of the company’s stores nationwide or through an approved reseller, using a valid ID card, driving licence or voter’s card and proof of...

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Paratus Namibia officially launched its N$123-million Armada DC campus, the country’s first carrier-neutral datacentre, located on the outskirts of Windhoek. Paratus said the facility will offer various colocation services, from half-cabinets to multi-tenant rows and private cages. The company said the launch signals Namibia’s readiness to participate in the 4IR. The company released a statement...

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Namibia’s market-leading cellco Mobile Telecommunications (MTC) has announced the start of its voluntary SIM registration campaign, which will run until 1 January 2023 and target the company’s mobile subscription base almost 2.5 million. Customers who have already registered their SIM in the past will not be required to repeat the process. ‘At this stage it’s a pro-active exercise we...

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Following the announcement in February 2021 that African telco, Paratus Group, together with Telecom Namibia, had been selected to build the cable landing station (CLS) for the Equiano subsea internet cable in Namibia, the cable been brought ashore. In early February 2022 Paratus Namibia confirmed that the cable landing station at Swakopmund for the Equiano subsea cable was complete...