Bob van Dijk has R65 Billion in Cash. The Boss of Prosus is Hunting for Buys

There is no doubt that Bob van Dijk, the CEO of Prosus, wants to make a big acquisition. The Dutch arm of South African...
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New Kid in Town: Can Kwesé Play Convince S.Africans to Binge-watch TV?

Every time a new player comes to South Africa to provide video-on-demand (VoD) services there is great fanfare, but with little success so far. The...

Econet Launches Kwesé Play in SA, Brings Roku box, Netflix

By Staff Writer Econet, the owners of Liquid Telecom, has introduced its Internet Protocol Television (IPTV) service Kwesé Play in South Africa. The firm through Econet Media...

Vox Introduces LTE-A Packages with Rain

By Staff Writer Vox is expanding its wireless portfolio through the introduction of several broadband internet packages using Rain’s Long Term Evolution-Advanced (LTE-A) network, with...

Vox Introduces Online Marketing Toolbox for SMMEs

By Staff Writer Integrated ICT and telecommunications company, Vox, has today launched its Online Marketing Toolbox aimed at providing start-ups and SMMEs with bundled services...

Partnership with WISPS essential for broadband rollout: Vox

By Staff Writer South Africa’s Vox is calling all wireless internet service providers (WISPS) in towns where broadband coverage is limited, or where ADSL is...

South Africa’s Vox Activates Fibre in Richards Bay and To Launch Soon in Middelburg

By Staff Writer Vox, South Africa’s integrated ICT and telco provider, on Monday announced that it has lunch fibre services in Richards Bay, an economic...

SA’s Frogfoot Aims to Wire 85,000 homes with FTTH

By Staff Writer South Africa’s Frogfoot Networks, a subsidiary of integrated ICT and connectivity provider Vox, has recently secured funding to deploy fibre to the...

SA’s Vox Plans to Invest R550 million to Bolster Fibre 

by Staff Writer South Africa's tech firm Vox has announced that its shareholders have approved R550 million investment earmarked to enable the company to prioritise...

A New Tool to Find you Affordable Fibre Packages in South Africa

by Staff Writer Finding the right broadband service provider is proving to be difficult in South Africa as stiff competition for the customers pocket is...

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