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Satellite platform to increase bandwidth efficiency by up to 50% for mines in remote areas

8th February 2017 Pan-African telecommunications group Liquid Telecom has deployed its first Mx-DMA satellite link to a mining company in Africa, the company announced during a presentation at the Investing in African Mining Indaba, held in Cape Town this week. Liquid Telecom satellite and very small aperture... 

Supplier delivering connectivity across Africa’s mining jurisdictions

27th January 2017 Telecommunications equipment supplier Liquid Telecom views the Investing in African Mining Indaba, in Cape Town, as an ideal platform to highlight how fast and reliable connectivity is transforming mining operations across Africa. 

Liquid Telecom and RBH announce agreement to acquire Neotel

1st July 2016 Liquid Telecom and RBH announce agreement to acquire Neotel “Creating the first pan-African fibre player”   Johannesburg, South Africa: Today, Liquid Telecom, a privately owned pan-African telecoms group, majority owned by Econet Global, announces that it has entered into an agreement to acquire... 

About Liquid Telecom

1st July 2016 Liquid Telecom is the leading independent data, voice and IP provider in eastern, central and southern Africa. It supplies fibre optic, satellite and international carrier services to Africa’s largest mobile network operators, ISPs and businesses of all sizes. It also offers payment solutions to... 
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ANC top six split on whether to fire Gordhan – sources

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SAA, Ethiopian Airlines extend code-share agreement

The extension of South African Airways’ (SAA’s) code-share service agreement with Ethiopian Airlines to include Cape Town, Durban and Toronto, Canada, became effective this week. The expanded code share now offers a direct service between Addis Ababa and Cape Town and Addis Ababa and Durban.... 
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