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Networks

Banks approve $260mn for Angola-Brazil-US broadband cables.

Banks approve $260mn for Angola-Brazil-US broadband cables

State-owned company Angola Cables is playing a key part in building the network.

Liquid investing $34mn in Rwandan network.

Liquid investing $34mn in Rwandan network

Thousands of kilometres of fibre cables to be installed across the country.

Globalstar partners with Broadband Botswana Internet (BBi).

Globalstar partners with Broadband Botswana Internet (BBi)

Plans are in place to build a gateway to supply more affordable connectivity in SADC.

Zesco’s fibre optic network facilitates communication in Zambia.

Zesco’s fibre network facilitates communication in Zambia

Zesco’s second phase network expansion will cover 10 provinces and 46 urban and rural towns.

Construction begins on SEA-ME-WE 5.

Construction begins on SEA-ME-WE 5

The 20,000 km undersea cable will connect through African nation Djibouti.

Telecom Namibia building govt fibre network.

Telecom Namibia building govt fibre network

Plan in place to connect administrative capitals in 14 regions of the country.

Telecom Namibia launches 120 Mbps broadband service.

Telecom Namibia launches 120 Mbps broadband service

Meanwhile, the company has also increased speeds for other customers.

Broadband strategy plans for Zambia.

Broadband strategy plans for Zambia

Minister talks about how technology is taking on a bigger role in national development.

SEACOM introduces NAPAfrica remote peering service.

SEACOM introduces NAPAfrica remote peering service

Community driven internet exchange platform gets a boost from Pan-African service provider.

Green light given to continue Pietermaritzburg fibre network build.

Green light given to continue Pietermaritzburg fibre network build

South Africa’s Supreme Court of Appeal has this week ruled in favour of Dark Fibre Africa.

Third Yahsat satellite to cover 60% of Africa with broadband.

‘Third Yahsat satellite to cover 60% of Africa with broadband’

UAE based company says Al Yah 3 will cover 600 million users in Africa, Brazil.