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Vodacom has announced plans to inject billions to boost its South African network in the current financial year. During the release of the group's financial results for the six months ended September, chief executive Shameel Joosub said the capex injection was on top of the R47 bn the company had spent over the past five years in the domestic market.

Read more: Vodacom invests billions in boosting network infrastructure

Vodafone Group has agreed to transfer its 55% shareholding in Vodafone Egypt to Vodacom, its sub-Saharan African subsidiary. This transfer simplifies the management of Vodafone’s African holdings and further strengthens the delivery of connectivity and financial services in Africa.

Read more: Vodacom Group to acquire 55% stake control of Vodafone Egypt

Egyptian Minister of communications and information technology, Amr Talaat, oversaw the renewal of the IoT partnership between Telecom Egypt and Nokia, to deploy the country’s first IoT infrastructure through Nokia’s global network WING (Worldwide IoT Network Grid).

Read more: Telecom Egypt and Nokia to develop IoT infrastructure in the country

During the 25th Cairo ICT 2021, held under the slogan "The Digital Challenge" at Egypt International Exhibition Center, Orange’s participation has been felt thanks to its wide presentation of its latest advanced technologies and smart and digital solutions to meet service providers’ various needs across different sectors while supporting the state’s digital transformation strategy towards Egypt’s Vision for 2030.

Read more: Orange Egypt displays latest advanced smart digital solutions at Cairo ICT 2021

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