Vumatel has acquired a 45% non-controlling stake in fixed-wireless and fibre Internet service provider Herotel.
Promoted | Herotel has implemented a cutting-edge segment routing network from NEC XON that makes the network extremely efficient and easier to automate.
Alan Knott-Craig will step down as CEO of the not-for-profit Wi-Fi company at the end of the year in order to focus his energies on his new business, HeroTel. Current Isizwe chief operating officer Zahir Khan will take the reins from Knott-Craig on 1 January
Alan Knott-Craig is nothing if not ambitious. The man behind the Project Isizwe free Wi-Fi project in Pretoria and the former boss of both Mxit and iBurst wants to build what he calls “the Capitec of of telecoms
One person who is notably absent among the investors in Alan Knott-Craig’s new venture, HeroTel, is former FirstRand CEO Paul Harris, who had helped bankroll Knott-Craig’s acquisition
In the latest episode of South Africa’s best technology podcast, your hosts Duncan McLeod and Regardt van der Berg chat about Telkom’s new and aggressively priced 1Mbit/s wholesale ADSL service. Also this week, they discuss Alan Knott-Craig’s new venture, HeroTel, and
HeroTel has been working to build out its wide-scale Wi-Fi access business, which is set for launch in early 2016. “Through Snowball and Cloud Connect we already have coverage in the greater Cape Town
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