Browsing: Telecoms

Business
0

Exxon buys prime Maputo plot in near-$50 million deal

ExxonMobil has bought the rights to a 12 hectare plot of land in Maputo, capital of Mozambique, from state telecoms operator TMCEL, Zitamar News has learned. The US oil giant has paid $47 million for the plot in Sommerschield, neighbouring the Eduardo Mondlane University campus, [...]

Log into your account to read this article, or purchase it for £15.00

Purchase this Content (£15.00) Choose a Membership Level

If you are already subscribed, log in below
Log In

Infrastructure
0

TDM-mcel signs Huawei partnership, but no deal with Vodacom on the cards

Mozambique’s state-owned telecoms company TDM-mcel signed a memorandum of understanding with Chinese telecoms giant Huawei to help it develop a 4G and 5G mobile network in the country, as the company’s new board tries to steer the recently combined company to financial stability.

Log into your account to read this article, or purchase it for £8.00

Purchase this Content (£8.00) Choose a Membership Level

If you are already subscribed, log in below
Log In

Infrastructure
0

Exxon-Eni seek fibre optic connection to US and Europe, via Tanzania

Eni and ExxonMobil are looking to install a high-speed internet connection to their planned LNG project on the Afungi peninsula in northern Mozambique, which will involve installing a new sub-sea cable linking it to the Tanzanian port city of Dar Es [...]

Log into your account to read this article, or purchase it for £8.00

Purchase this Content (£8.00) Choose a Membership Level

If you are already subscribed, log in below
Log In

Infrastructure
0

New board appointed to oversee Mozambique state-owned telcos merger

The Mozambican state holding company, IGEPE, yesterday nominated a single board of directors to unify state-owned mobile telecoms company Mcel with its fixed-line counterpart TDM, a merger that was announced by the government last year.

Log into your account to read this article, or purchase it for £8.00

Purchase this Content (£8.00) Choose a Membership Level

If you are already subscribed, log in below
Log In

Economy
0

Mozambique still working to restructure state-owned airline and telcos

Mozambique’s council of ministers yesterday reviewed progress on plans to restructure four state-owned companies, including both state-owned telecoms companies (telcos) and the national airline, the government spokesman told

Log into your account to read this article, or purchase it for £8.00

Purchase this Content (£8.00) Choose a Membership Level

If you are already subscribed, log in below
Log In

Infrastructure
0

Swedish off-grid power solution for Mozambique telecoms

A Swedish company specialising in off-grid power solutions has agreed to supply 28 diesel-and-solar units to power telecom sites in remote areas of central and northern Mozambique. Swedish power management systems specialist Flexenclosure will supply its eSite hybrid power systems to [...]

Log into your account to read this article, or purchase it for £8.00

Purchase this Content (£8.00) Choose a Membership Level

If you are already subscribed, log in below
Log In

Infrastructure
0

Mozambique to combine fixed and mobile operators in new state-owned telco

Mozambique’s state-owned fixed line and mobile telecoms operators are to be combined in a new company that the government hopes will be more competitive and sustainable, the government said today. Mobile telecoms [...]

Log into your account to read this article, or purchase it for £8.00

Purchase this Content (£8.00) Choose a Membership Level

If you are already subscribed, log in below
Log In

Infrastructure
0

Mozambique re-tenders Guebuza’s controversial digital TV deal

The Mozambique government is re-tendering the contract to manage the country’s transition to digital radio and television – apparently cancelling a deal awarded in 2014  to a company owned by the family of the then-President of Mozambique, Armando Guebuza. [...]

Log into your account to read this article, or purchase it for £8.00

Purchase this Content (£8.00) Choose a Membership Level

If you are already subscribed, log in below
Log In

1 2