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Namibia’s Minister of Information and Communication Technology, Stanley Simataa, has officially activated Mobile Telecommunication’s (MTC) new 3G network tower in Vergenoeg Farm in the Omaheke region, reports New Era Live. MTC, Namibia’s largest mobile network operator (MNO) by subscribers, plans to erect eight towers in the Omaheke Region as part of its 081Every1 project, which aims...

Pan-African network connectivity company Paratus Namibia has raised NAD50 million (USD2.76 million) from its principal shareholders Nimbus Infrastructure Limited and Paratus Africa Group in order to continue its infrastructure investment in the country. According to a company press release, Nimbus Infrastructure has subscribed for 24,398 ordinary shares to be issued from the authorised shares of...

Pan-African network connectivity company Paratus Namibia has raised N$50-million to continue with its aggressive infrastructure rollout in Namibia. According to a statement issued by the company, as part of a rights issue transaction, Nimbus Infrastructure Limited has subscribed for 24 398 ordinary shares to be issued from the authorised shares of Paratus Namibia. The aggregate...

NamPower, the state-owned electric utility, signed a commercial contract with Paratus Africa, an optical fiber Internet connectivity provider. Through this contract, Paratus will use the data capacity of the high-speed telecom network called “The Grid Online”, officially put into service last March, to improve the quality of its Internet services. “Thanks to Grid Online, NamPower will...

Namibia’s national electricity company, NamPower has decided to diversify its activities, always with the aim of contributing to the well-being of local people. In addition to the supply of electrical energy, the company founded in 1964 now operates in the Internet segment through its fiber optic network built at the base to monitor the power grid. Kauna...