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AfricaOnline launches JOLA service in Ghana

AfricaOnline a subsidiary of Gondwana International Networks (GIN) has announced the launch of its new JOLA service, a high-speed broadband satellite service powered by Avanti's HYLAS4 satellite that offers 100 per cent coverage of Ghana through multiple spot beams. Making...

High cost of cybercrime in Africa cause for concern

African businesses need to take more decisive steps to prioritise data protection and enhance enterprise security in order to mitigate the high cost of cyberattacks. Ken Munyi, Country Manager at iWayAfrica Kenya says the millions of cyberattacks that take place...

iWayAfrica Uganda gets new boss

Converged ICT solutions provider, iWayAfrica Uganda, has appointed Godfrey Sserwamukoko as Managing Director and a board member with immediate effect. The announcement takes place amid significant growth within the local market and an increased uptake of communication services. Long-time iWayAfrica...

Digital innovation driving growth in DRC mining sector

Digital innovation is driving transformation within the local mining sector. This shift, according to leading converged ICT solutions provider, iWayAfrica, is driving growth and becoming a key differentiator within the Democratic Republic of the Congo (DRC). With over 25...

iWayAfrica introduces Jola, a retail satellite service

iWayAfrica has launched Jola, a Pan-African Ku-Band managed retail satellite service into Sub-Saharan Africa. Meaning ‘one who brings happiness’, Jola provides affordable satellite internet to Sub-Saharan Africa including those areas with limited connectivity options on alternative technologies. With pre-defined,...

AfricaOnline Ghana launches iManage suite of services

AfricaOnline unveiled its latest product offering with the launch of iManage, a suite of IT managed services. Aimed at solving the myriad of IT issues within a business, users of the iManage suite of service will enjoy a safer...

Uganda: iWayAfrica offering fibre access to SMEs

Pan African telecoms operator, Gondwana International Networks (GIN) has announced that its iWayAfrica Uganda business has launched its new fibre connectivity service in Uganda. Ken Mwai, Managing Director, iWayAfrica Uganda, stated that: "The demand for high capacity Internet connectivity within...

Africa needs accessible high quality solutions

Since its acquisition of iWayAfrica and Africa Online, pan African telecoms operator, Gondwana International Networks has focused on the development of its terrestrial and satellite network products and solutions.  According to CEO, Mathew Welthagen, Africa is in desperate need...

Panda Security partners with iWayAfrica in Kenya

iWayAfrica Limited, a Pan-African corporate data provider, has partnered with Panda Security to extend its range of cloud offerings, providing its business customers with Panda Security’s cloud-based security products. The two companies see the partnership as an opportunity to provide...

Telkom SA sheds Pan African business

Telkom SA Ltd today announced that it has sold its Pan African business, iWayAfrica and Africa Online Mauritius, which was an immaterial part of the Group, through a private sale to Gondwana International Networks. Telkom’s Group Chief Executive Officer, Mr...
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Youth Month Centre Tour 2024: Harambee

In honor of Youth Month, Harambee hosts a media tour at their center in Johannesburg, South Africa. A tour...
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