iWay Africa buys Uganda's Afsat Communications.

By bne IntelliNews August 10, 2011
South African corporate data provider iWay Africa has acquired internet service provider Afsat Communications in Uganda, the Daily Monitor newspaper reported. Established in 2010, iWayAfrica Limited is the result of the amalgamation of the Africa Online and MWEB Africa groups which were both acquired by Telkom South Africa. The merger between Afsat Communications and Africa Online Uganda was concluded mid-July, Afsat Communications general manager, Ken Mwai, was quoted as saying. With points of presence in more than 40 African countries, iWayAfrica's converged solutions include connectivity, VPN/MPLS, data centre, premise base support and application services. iWayAfrica claims more than 60,000 customers across Africa.

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