Browsing: Richard Came

The FTTH Council Africa, an industry body for the fibre telecommunications industry, said on Wednesday that it has appointed a new chairman. Industry stalwart Andile Ngcaba will replace Richard Came as president of the body. Ngcaba was

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

Criminals, possibly from within the industry, have begun targeting fibre broadband companies deploying infrastructure in South Africa. FTTH Council Africa president Richard Came said there has been a spate of armed hijackings targeting local fibre broadband installers, with the

Vumatel, the company that won the project to deploy fibre-to-the-home (FTTH) broadband in Parkhurst in Johannesburg, broke first ground on the project on Monday. The first trench was dug in a street outside Parkhurst Primary School. The fibre telecommunications start-up

Richard Came, president of the Fibre to the Home (FTTH) Council Africa, has lamented the problems that have beset the department of communications (DOC) for the past decade, saying the repeated shuffling of communications ministers has had a significant impact on South

Telecommunications industry investor and former Dimension Data director Richard Came, who has played a leading role in building alternative fibre-optic infrastructure in South Africa in recent years, has bought a minority stake in last-mile fibre player Conduct Telecommunications. Came, who also has a shareholding

Serial entrepreneur and Dimension Data cofounder Richard Came is warm and welcoming when he greets me at his hilltop home in Johannesburg’s leafy suburb of Houghton. With a panoramic view of Johannesburg’s northern suburbs, the elegant and enormous house is an apt reminder of the business successes