Rain plans to table a proposal to Telkom’s board that it should merge with the wireless broadband provider instead of pursuing a deal with MTN.
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Rain CEO Willem Roos will step down, Business Day reported on Tuesday, citing a company statement. He will relinquish the role in March 2021.
Rain will sell its Broadlink telecommunications business to Internet and cloud service provider CipherWave, TechCentral has learnt.
Rain will build a 5G network in South Africa, chairman Paul Harris said at the South Africa Investment Conference on Friday. It will leverage its existing spectrum allocation in the 3.6GHz band to do this, he said.
Willem Roos, the founder and CEO of short-term insurer Outsurance, part of the Rand Merchant Investment Holdings stable, has resigned to join wireless broadband operator Rain. Roos will leave Outsurance at the end of
Internet Solutions said on Monday that it has reached an agreement with Rain (formerly Wireless Business Solutions) to offer Internet service providers access to the latter’s 4G/LTE-Advanced wireless broadband network. IS will act as Rain’s
Wireless Business Solutions (WBS), the holding company of iBurst and Broadlink acquired in 2015 by the Michael Jordaan- and Paul Harris-backed firm Multisource, has been rebranded as Rain. The company, which is building
Vodacom has reached an agreement to roam on Wireless Business Solutions’ LTE-Advanced network, according to a report. Vodacom will benefit from WBS’s LTE-A broadband network through a roaming deal
Wireless Business Solutions, the holding company of iBurst and Broadlink, has been ordered by the high court in Johannesburg to pay Vodacom more than R40m in interconnection fees. The court handed down the judgment in September – it has not been
Former top bankers Michael Jordaan and Paul Harris could steal a march on South Africa’s established mobile telecommunications operators when they launch their new national wireless broadband network early next year thanks