Fibre deployments are now a key economic indicator in many European Countries
The FTTH Council Africa believes that the development and deployment of fibre based broadband access networks will enhance the quality of life for South African citizens and Africa as a whole, and provide African countries with an infrastructure that will allow its companies to increase their effectiveness and competitiveness within the global marketplace.
The council’s charter is to educate Africa governments, policy makers and political leaders on why and how high speed fibre connectivity can be delivered to citizens within the next years.
Through consulting with all major stakeholders, understanding their strategies and concerns - we endeavour to be the voice for the industry and creating a better future for all involved.
Member Meeting – Cape Town
The FTTH Council Africa would like to invite all representatives of Member Organisations based in Cape Town to a Members Meeting. 20 May, 2-4pm,
Century City Clubhouse. Click here for more details
Member Master Class
‘Demystifying the BEE Charter – What does it mean for our industry.’ Presented by Elmare Schutte, Dark Fibre Africa. 31 May, 2-4pm,
The Private Room, Kyalami. Click here for more details
Member Golf Day
As this day is an opportunity for members to entertain their customers, only members will be allowed to purchase fourballs. Should you wish to get involved on a sponsorship level, please e-mail email@example.com 3 July 2013 at
Kyalami Country Club
2nd Annual FTTH Council Conference & Exhibition
We are very proud to announce that four of our members have confirmed their sponsorship of the 2013 FTTH Council Africa Conference which will be held at Maropeng in the Cradle of Mankind on 29 & 30 October 2013.
PLEASE NOTE: Delegate registration is open to everyone at a rate of US$299 per person.
To register, or to learn more about the available sponsorship packages, please visit the conferece website.