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Speculation is growing that Vodacom is poised to buy 49% of fibre-to-the-home provider Vumatel. Industry talk is that Dark Fibre Africa, in a deal possibly facilitated through its largest shareholder, Remgro

Vumatel, one of the earliest and now largest players in the South African fibre-to-the-home broadband market, has agreed to buy a big portion of Link Africa’s home fibre infrastructure. In a letter to customers

Fast-expanding broadband fibre-to-the-home provider Vumatel has received the second and final tranche of R250m in funding from Vantage Capital, a mezzanine fund manager. Vantage Capital said on Friday that the funds will

Conduct Telecommunications, a fibre-optic infrastructure developer backed by international private equity firm The Birchman Group, has completed a project in the Cape Town suburb of Claremont where it is providing open-access fibre to a number of businesses

Open-access fibre infrastructure supplier Conduct Telecommunications says it will connect business premises in Johannesburg and Cape Town to its fibre-optic broadband network at no cost. The company intends to expand its footprint to 100

Conduct Telecommunications, a fibre-optic infrastructure developer, plans to spend R500m in the next 12-24 months expanding high-speed communications networks to 100 precincts around the country. The company, which is backed by international private equity firm The Birchman Group

Conduct Telecommunications, a “last-mile” fibre-optic telecommunications operator owned by the Birchman Group, plans to extend its high-speed access network to more suburbs in Johannesburg in the next few months, including to Rosebank, Chislehurston and Rivonia. The company, which has raised funding from the Industrial Development Corp

Multinational consulting and managed services company, the Birchman Group, is entering SA’s telecommunications market with plans, eventually, to invest billions of rand in a national wholesale fibre-optic network to connect small, medium and large enterprises to high-speed broadband. The company, which has