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Seacom, the company that built the first subsea telecommunications cable along Africa’s east coast, has said it plans to make acquisitions that will give it direct access to metropolitan fibre infrastructure

A year after announcing that its CEO, Mark Simpson, had decided to leave the company to “pursue personal interests”, undersea cable operator Seacom has appointed Byron Clatterbuck to the role. Seacom founder and executive director Brian Herlihy

Just a week after Seacom announced that its founder, Brian Herlihy, was returning to lead the company, replacing CEO Mark Simpson, the pan-African subsea cable operator has announced a further management shake-up. In a statement, Seacom says the changes

Seacom CEO Brian Herlihy is returning to the helm of the company he founded following the unexpected departure of Mark Simpson from the top job at the submarine telecommunications operator. “Seacom today announces that … Simpson has decided to leave the company to pursue personal

Seacom, the company behind the undersea cable of the same name, has launched a new company, called Pamoja, to offer small and medium-sized enterprises the ability to provide cloud computing-based services to their customers without the capital outlay such services usually require

Brian Herlihy will announce on Tuesday that he is stepping down as CEO of Seacom, TechCentral can learnt from company sources. He will be succeeded by Mark Simpson on 5 September but will remain an executive director of the

Seacom, the operator of the undersea cable system of the same name, has invested R100m in additional infrastructure in SA to meet what it calls the “continuous high growth in demand for broadband services and applications”. The investment includes the

Seacom may soon cut international bandwidth prices. The cable operator’s first anniversary this month also marks the end of price-cutting restrictions placed on it by some of its anchor tenants. Brian Herlihy, Seacom’s president, says the agreement with anchor tenants — other telecommunications companies — ends on Seacom’s one-year anniversary on 23 July

ANC Youth League president Julius Malema wants government to nationalise two private sector-led telecommunications cable initiatives. The firebrand politician told supporters at a rally on Wednesday that the Seacom and East Africa Submarine System (Eassy) undersea cables should be acquired by the state