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Namibia Boosts Connectivity with $5.9 Million Telecom Infrastructure Investment

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Namibia is set for a significant improvement in its telecommunication infrastructure with a government investment of $5.9 million (N$110 million) over the next three years.

Announced by Minister of Information and Communications Technology (ICT), Emma Theofelus, the initiative will see the installation of 30 new network towers across the country.

This initiative builds upon plans announced last year by Namibia’s telecom infrastructure company, PowerCom, which identified a need for close to 300 new towers within the next few years.

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The project signifies the government’s commitment to fostering a more robust ICT sector, as emphasized by Shoki Kandjimi, a senior public relations officer at the Ministry.

“The construction of these new towers is expected to enhance mobile network coverage throughout Namibia, potentially benefiting both individuals and businesses,” the ministry stated.

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Improved connectivity can facilitate easier access to information and communication, potentially leading to positive impacts on areas like education, commerce, and social interaction.

This project comes at a time when reliable internet access is increasingly crucial for development.

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The additional towers have the potential to bridge the digital divide in Namibia, ensuring a more connected and inclusive society.

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Diana Mutheu
Diana Mutheu
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