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Project Isizwe CEO and former iBurst boss Alan Knott-Craig has launched a new wireless Internet service provider, HeroTel, to provide wireless broadband to homes and businesses, TechCentral can reveal. Knott-Craig wants HeroTel

Telkom has filed an objection at communications regulator Icasa to Multisource’s planned acquisition of iBurst and Broadlink parent Wireless Business Solutions, TechCentral has learnt. Telkom submitted

Communications regulator Icasa has asked for written submissions over the proposed acquisition of iBurst and Broadlink parent Wireless Business Solutions by MultiSource, a company that enjoys the backing of former banking executives Michael Jordaan

The sale of iBurst and Broadlink parent Wireless Business Solutions (WBS) to a company backed by top former bankers Michael Jordaan and Paul Harris is proceeding, subject to regulatory approvals, after the conclusion

The Independent Communications Authority of South Africa (Icasa) has written off R75m of the licence fees owed to it by the iBurst parent company, Wireless Business Solutions (WBS), which is entertaining a take­over offer to acquire the

Former top bankers Michael Jordaan and Paul Harris are shareholders in a company that has made an offer to buy Wireless Business Solutions (WBS), the company that owns iBurst and Broadlink, TechCentral has established. Technology company Multisource, in which Jordaan and the Harris family

An unnamed company has made a firm offer to acquire Wireless Business Solutions (WBS), the parent company of iBurst and Broadlink. WBS nonexecutive director David Hilewitz on Monday confirmed that an offer has been tabled, but declined to name the acquiring party, saying

Communications regulator Icasa has won a high court battle against iBurst parent Wireless Business Solutions, with the court finding that the telecommunications operator was using radio frequency spectrum without paying the required licence fees. The judgment

MTN has a “number of options on the table” if the sale of spectrum is included in Vodacom’s looming deal to buy Neotel. “If the transferability of spectrum is something that becomes kosher in a market context, we’d be in a position to capitalise on that change,” MTN

Wireless Business Solutions subsidiary, telecommunications provider Broadlink, has unveiled plans to build a satellite hub at the Teraco data centre in Isando, east of Johannesburg. The hub will be launched in 2014. The satellite hub will be located at the Teraco