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Sentech loses chief operating officer

Sentech’s acting chief operating officer, Dingane Dube, has left the state-owned broadcasting signal distributor to pursue “personal business interests”. Dube, a long-serving executive at the company, left its employ on 21 July, says spokesman Nthabeleng Mokotim

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Inside Sentech’s new broadband plan

State-owned broadcast signal distributor Sentech is considering WiMax technology, using radio frequency spectrum it has already been assigned, to build its planned R1,1bn national broadband network. The company has already been licensed

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Sentech needs R250m more for broadband

Sentech says its national broadband network will cost between R1,1bn and R1,2bn over the next three years, leaving the company short of R250m in financing to build the infrastructure. The state-owned company has set aside

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Sentech on the mend

Last year, the auditor-general was concerned about state-owned broadcasting signal distributor Sentech’s ability to continue as a going concern. But the company appears to be on the mend following

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Sentech outlines new broadband plan

State-owned broadcasting signal distributor Sentech on Friday provided the first insights into its plans to have another go at building a national broadband network. Sentech outlined its plans to parliament’s portfolio committee

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Why Sentech will miss Patel

The resignation of Sentech chairman Quraysh Patel after just seven months in the job has left many concerned about the state-owned company’s future. His work at the troubled broadcasting signal

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Mohapi vows to shake up Sentech

Sentech looks set to close loss-making divisions, including its once much-vaunted telecommunications carrier-of-carriers division and its direct-to-home satellite television business, to focus on its core business of signal distribution.

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Mohapi is new Sentech boss

A former senior Telkom executive, Setumo Mohapi, will be appointed as the new CEO of broadcasting signal distributor Sentech later this month. TechCentral has learnt from a reliable political source that