Long-serving MetroFibre Networx CEO Steve Booysen will step down from the fibre-to-the-home operator at the end of May.
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MetroFibre, the fibre telecommunications company that recently concluded a R2.5-billion debt funding round, is buying Link Africa’s fibre-to-the-home network in Gauteng and KwaZulu-Natal.
South African fibre broadband provider MetroFibre Networx has raised R1.5-billion in a new funding round led by infrastructure-focused private equity fund manager African Infrastructure Investment Managers.
Fibre infrastructure provider Metrofibre Networx has received an equity investment from Stoa Infra & Energy. Stoa has acquired 23.1% of the South African open-access fibre network operator.
Fibre infrastructure provider Metrofibre Networx is getting into the Internet service provision game.
Fibre broadband infrastructure provider Metrofibre Networx has reached an agreement with Link Africa that will see it replace all of the links for its core network with its own fibre over the next two years. Until now, the company has leased the fibre links for its core
Metrofibre Networx, the fibre broadband company led by former Absa CEO Steve Booysen, has secured a new shareholder in the form of African Rainbow Capital (ARC), whose directors include billionaire Patrice Motsepe and former Sanlam CEO Johan van Zyl
Metrofibre Networks has been awarded a contract to deliver fibre-to-the-home broadband to one of Johannesburg’s largest security estates. The company will deploy FTTH to 1 100 homes in Kyalami Estates, north of the city
Metrofibre Networx has won a contract to install fibre broadband in the Beaulieu, Heathcliff and Blue Hills estates north of Johannesburg. It has been named the preferred high-speed fibre and data services supplier for the area
Former Absa CEO Steve Booysen, who now heads up Metrofibre Networx – in which he is a significant investor – has outlined plans by the broadband telecommunications specialist to become the latest player to target South Africa’s fast-growing fibre-to-the-home market