Dig beneath the surface of this seemingly tough executive, and you’ll discover Kallie Carlsen’s extraordinary essence.
Paratus Group has secured funding of US$ 31 million to help realise its ambitious infrastructure expansion plans, the pan-African telco says the capital injection will significantly boost connectivity across key and currently underserved regions and contribute to the Group’s goal of doubling revenue within the next five years.
Paratus Group announces that it has entered an agreement as a distributor for Starlink’s high-speed services across the African continent.
As a veritable ‘wunderkind’ who won a scholarship to study engineering in Germany, it’s perhaps no wonder that this man has gone on to lead the Paratus Group’s charge in Zambia. Wearing his engineering hat, Marius van Vuuren balances calm realism, genuine modesty, and sure-fired determination to make big things happen.
For the past thirteen years, Colwyn van Rensburg has been an integral part of the Paratus Group, playing a vital role in its success. Warm, approachable, and easy company, Colwyn's passion for business and his love for cruising on his Harley-Davidson Road King have more in common than meets the eye.
The Paratus Group announces the construction of its third DC in Angola and fifth DC in southern Africa.
Paratus, the landing partner for the Equiano subsea cable in Namibia, is thrilled to announce the activation of the cable today.
Stefan is a highly experienced financial executive who has helped to guide the company through a complex transformation process, as well as raise capital for its ambitious expansion plans.
To take the strain off your infrastructure, your costs, and your stress levels, that’s why.
As the woman in charge of everything legal at the Paratus Group, Ana Santos could be described as a desert rose in the legal world because she has to adapt to environments and new challenges in an ever dynamic and evolving landscape.
Fast Congo – a subsidiary of GBS & the Paratus Group - announces massive fiber capacity is now activated in DRC.
Paratus Zambia receives gateway license and the right to resell internet capacity in Zambia
The new COO of the Paratus Group in Africa, Gert Duvenhage smooths the way.
Paratus will build a OneWeb teleport (Gateway) in Angola which will serve to provide Low Earth Orbit (LEO) Services to Angola and surrounding SADC countries
Opportunity knocks when you know which doors to open. As the Group Chief Commercial Officer for the Paratus Group, Martin Cox is busy opening around a dozen large doors in Africa.
Of course, there are plenty of women working at a high level in male-dominated industries around the world and, for sure, they have worked hard and smart to get to the top. So, what merits singling out this woman’s achievements, other than the fact that it’s Women’s month and that she is a leader within a leading ICT group in Africa?
There is a particular breed of man in Africa who does not shy away from challenges and instead seeks them out. Here is a man who not only relishes a good challenge but also reaps the rewards thereof. Meet Rolf Mendelsohn, one of the co-founders, Chief Technical Officer, and now Chief Operations Officer Designate – Central & West Africa, of the Paratus Group.
Following the announcement in February 2021 that African telco, Paratus Group, together with Telecom Namibia, had been selected to build the cable landing station (CLS) for the Equiano subsea internet cable in Namibia, the cable been brought ashore.
The man at Paratus who is set on a course to drive the group’s ambitions over the next five years not only has the experience, know-how and wit to make it happen, but he’s also not remotely intimidated by some of the more daunting tasks he’ll be tackling head on. Meet Schalk Erasmus – Group COO of Paratus and CEO Designate.