Juanita Clark

Andile Ngcaba touts broader support for start-ups, SMMEs

The Digital Council Africa plans to collaborate with industry players to boost support for start-ups and SMMEs, says council president Andile Ngcaba.
Simnikiwe Mzekandaba
Nov 20, 2020

Digital Council Africa readies fibre industry virtual conference

The Digital Council prepares to stage the first of its CONEXT series of events, kicking off with a pre-conference event on 23 November.

Fibre council rebrands to Digital Council Africa

The FTTx Council Africa changes its name to the Digital Council Africa, in a move to expand the digital transformation conversation across the continent.

Economic promise linked to Cape-to-Cairo deal

Broadband is the true leveller – allowing everyone equal access to the market place said FTTX Council Africa CEO.

FTTH Council Africa announces the Operator of the Year 2016

The FTTH Council Africa hosted its annual FTTH Council Africa Awards Ceremony during the FTTH Council Africa conference in Cape Town, South Africa.

OPINION: This is why you are still waiting for your "costing more than it should" fibre connection

FTTH Council Africa's perspective on access control implemented by South African landlords and property owners and impact on local service delivery.
Oct 19, 2015

Not all FTTH is equal says council

Amid increasing demand and a greater number of market entrants, experts advise users to check the validity and sustainability of FTTH solution.
Jul 23, 2015

Collaboration tops agenda for FTTH Council conference

Discussions to focus on cross-border issues in FTTx deployment.
Jul 17, 2014

TE Connectivity confirmed its headline sponsorship of the FTTH Council Africa Conference 2014

TE Connectivity confirmed its headline sponsorship of the FTTH (Fibre to the Home) Council Africa Conference 2014.
May 29, 2014

Rural FTTH no pipe dream

Considerable potential - and possibilities - for rural benefit do exist.
Apr 24, 2014

‘FTTH is next natural step for MTN’

CEO of FTTH Africa Council Juanita Clark says MTN’s move “makes absolute sense”.