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FibreCo Telecommunications founding CEO Arif Hussain has resigned to “pursue personal interests”. Simon Harvey has been named interim CEO. Hussain has led FibreCo, which is building and operating

Open-access telecommunications infrastructure company FibreCo is turning its attention to its next big project after completing construction of a fibre-optic link between Johannesburg and East London. The 1 000km Johannesburg to East London route, which follows

FibreCo, the fibre-optic telecommunications infrastructure provider co-owned by Dimension Data’s Internet Solutions, Cell C and Convergence Partners, will begin work on the next leg of its network in the next three months to link the coastal cities of East London, Cape Town and Durban. The company

FibreCo, the joint venture between Cell C, Convergence Partners and Internet Solutions, has awarded the contract for the construction of its national open-access fibre optic network to China’s ZTE. The company plans to build a 12 000km national fibre-optic

Dimension Data SA chairman Andile Ngcaba is quietly building a new type of telecommunications business under his Convergence Partners investment vehicle. From satellites to undersea cables

The national fibre network partnership between Cell C, Internet Solutions and Convergence Partners is on track to complete its first phase by the end of next year. Arif Hussain, CEO of FibreCo, says good progress

The governments of Brazil, China, Russia, India and SA have agreed to support a new, R3bn undersea cable that will connect Brazil with SA and Angola, and provide the region with onward connectivity