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Tata & MasterCard to empower 100 mln women

At the Clinton Global Initiative (CGI) Annual Meeting closing plenary, Tata Communications and MasterCard announced a CGI Commitment to Action to financially empower 25,000 women in the developing world, part of a larger vision to ultimately reach 100 million women. The...

India trying to close digital gap in Kenya

Leading Indian telecommunications companies are ramping up efforts in Kenya to secure deals over the next 6 months to increase their presence in the digital market in the African country. According to reports and analysts, India is well-positioned to...

Neotel appoints Sunil Joshi as CEO

South African telecom operator Neotel has appointed Sunil Joshi as the company’s new Managing Director and CEO, with effect from 1 April 2011. Mr Joshi, currently President of Global Enterprise Solutions for Tata Communications, replaces Ajay Pandey who will...

Tata Communications drives new investments into Africa

ITNewsAfrica.com chatted with James Walker, VP Managed Network Services, Gaurav Anand, VP Business Development Middle East and Africa, Global Voice Solutions and Tony Rossabi, Senior VP Global Carrier Solutions from Tata Communications, about TATA's strategy for Africa. ITNewsAfrica.com: ...

Main One, Tata partner for European connectivity

Nigeria’s Mainstreet Technologies has partnered with Tata communications for European connections onward from their Portugal landing station and other strategic locations, Business Day reports. The company has also begun construction of landing stations in Nigeria, Ghana and Portugal ahead...

Neotel to launch new Wimax service in South Africa

Neotel is about to launch a multi-segment WiMAX service that offers peak speeds of up to 5Mb per second. Depending on the distance to the base station, the peak rate may be as high as 15Mb per second. “This...

Indian tigers descend on Africa

Indian telecom companies have intensified their efforts to get a share of the African market with four firms already in negotiations to establish their presence on the continent, The telco giants have acknowledged the positive developmental changes in Africa, stimulating...

Neotel confirms Tata Communications’ increase in shareholding

Neotel has confirmed Tata Communications, currently a shareholder in South Africa's first converged communications network operator, has bought the 30% stake previously held by Eskom and Transnet. This has resulted in Tata Communications in association with Tata Africa Holdings...

Tata Communications acquires 30 percent in Neotel stake

NEOTEL South Africa has sold 30 percent of its stake to Tata Communications, an information and communication company. The deal was clinched on Monday, but the value of the shares previously held by Eskom and Transet, could not be...
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