The West Africa Cable System has begun carrying traffic again after a cable break off the coast of England last week interrupted services between South Africa, and other African countries, and Europe.
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Seacom, said on Monday that it has reached an agreement with India’s Tata Communications to offer high-speed connectivity between Africa, Europe and Asia.
Econet Wireless Global unit Liquid Telecom has appointed former Vodafone Group executive Kyle Whitehill to head up South African telecommunications operator Neotel and oversee the company’s expansion plans
Liquid Telecom, a unit of Econet Wireless Global, is considering a sale of shares on a stock market after completing the R6,5bn purchase of Neotel to create the largest broadband network in Africa. “A possible listing would be very likely,” CEO Nic Rudnick
Liquid Telecom’s R6,5bn acquisition of South African telecommunications operator Neotel is done. The parties finalised the deal on Friday morning. India’s Tata Communications, which controlled Neotel, along
Fast-growing and privately held pan-African telecommunications group Liquid Telecom majority owned by Econet Global has agreed to acquire a controlling stake in Neotel for R6,55bn. The deal comes just months after Vodacom was forced
Econet Wireless Global affiliate Liquid Telecom agreed to pay R6,55bn for South African telecommunications operator Neotel, creating the continent’s largest broadband network and business-to-business phone
Telecommunications company Neotel expects regulators to approve the sale of its business to Econet-owned Liquid Telecom before the end of March 2017. India’s Tata Communications, which owns a controlling stake in Neotel, announced on Tuesday
Econet and subsea cable operator Seacom are courting Neotel with the view to a potential acquisition, it was reported on Tuesday. The news comes after Vodacom was forced to walk away from its R7bn plan to buy Neotel
India’s Tata Communications is putting on a brave face after Vodacom announced on Tuesday that it was walking away from a R7bn deal to acquire Tata’s South African subsidiary Neotel. In a letter to shareholders, Tata Communications