The Paratus Group’s top operator

The new COO of the Paratus Group in Africa, Gert Duvenhage smooths the way.
Nov 11, 2022

Paratus, Meta sign fibre deal for Zambian towns

Companies announce an investment to build a 900km open access metro fibre network in Zambia to improve high-quality connectivity in under-served communities in 10 Zambian cities and towns.
Nov 11, 2022

OneWeb, Paratus sign multi-year gateway installation agreement

Paratus will build a OneWeb teleport (gateway) in Angola, which will serve to provide low earth orbit (LEO) services to Angola and surrounding SADC countries.
Aug 8, 2022

New Paratus Armada DC to power Africa’s digital transformation

Launch of Namibia’s largest carrier neutral DC signals the country’s readiness to participate in the Fourth Industrial Revolution (4IR).
May 18, 2022

Paratus to rebrand ITA subsidiary as Paratus Angola

Internet Technologies Angola (ITA) to be renamed and rebranded effective beginning July this year.
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.
Mar 23, 2022

Paratus FAST Congo cements company’s DRC ambitions

Paratus partners local ISP GBS to activate 620km fibre optic network.
Nov 26, 2021

Paratus launches broadband service in Angola’s largest province

Service offered through Internet Technologies Angola, part of the Paratus Group.
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.
Nov 5, 2021

Paratus, MTN ink LTE roaming agreement in Namibia

Agreement will also allow companies to expand their own networks.
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.
Feb 17, 2021

Paratus, Telecom Namibia ink Equiano cable deal

Equiano subsea cable project expected to bolster economic growth and telecommunications.