Barney Harmse

Equiano subsea cable comes ashore in Swakopmund

Paratus Namibia, Telecom Namibia and Google have confirmed the development and have affirmed it will become fully operational in Q4 this year.
Christopher Tredger
3:00
Apr 27, 2022

Paratus announces leadership shake-up amid Africa expansion

Full handover of Group CEO responsibilities scheduled for August 2022, when the company will officially open its datacentre in Windhoek.
2:10
Nov 23, 2021

Paratus welcomes back Miles October as group marketing executive

October is one of the co-founders and shareholders of the first Paratus operation in Angola.
2:20
Jul 2, 2021

Paratus Africa readies to open datacentres in Zambia, Namibia

Zambia site scheduled to open in July, Namibia under construction.
2:20
Apr 15, 2021

Paratus appoints new Group Chief Commercial Officer

Appointment sends out strong message to the market in Africa as the company drives growth strategy.
2:50
Feb 17, 2021

Paratus, Telecom Namibia ink Equiano cable deal

Equiano subsea cable project expected to bolster economic growth and telecommunications.
2:00
Sep 4, 2020

Paratus establishes fibre link between Maputo and Jhb

Latency is halved from 18ms to 9ms, according to Paratus CTO.
1:50
Sep 4, 2019

Namibia: Capricorn Investment Group acquires 30% stake in Paratus Africa

Deal expected to broaden CIG's reach into key sectors, including asset management and telecommunications.
2:00

Paratus Namibia raises capital through rights issue

Capital to support company's ongoing aggressive roll out of telecommunications infrastructure, specifically fibre and 4G LTE.
1:40
Mar 18, 2019

Paratus Group invests US$14-million in Trans-Kalahari project

Company says there is a need to increase capacity to Zambia due to increasing local demand for data, internet.
1:30
Oct 12, 2018

Namibia's Paratus taps into R150 million for LTE upgrade

Objective to strengthen customer experience, company finances.
1:50
Feb 8, 2018

Nimbus acquires stake in Paratus Africa

Paratus CEO says company plans to invest over N$150 million on infrastructure, the bulk of which will be invested in fibre.