Botswana Communications Regulatory Authority Chief executive officer Martin Mokgware

The entry of Liquid Intelligent Technologies (LIT) into the country has been well received by many stakeholders, the Internet Services Providers (ISPs) and the regulators as well. Speaking during the rebranding event the Botswana Communications Regulatory Authority Chief executive officer Martin Mokgware said the entry of LIT into the fray was a “significant development of the Botswana telecommunications sector.”

He said since LIT will be leveraging to work with Microsoft, that significant partnership was very vital. “As you bring more players into the country, we expect affordability to be key. The objective fits well into our consumer demands,” Mokgware explained. 

He said BOCRA this as a cause for celebration and LIT should support government efforts for innovation. “The challenges facing the sector today are more than just connectivity. BOCRA views this launch as a big move towards enhancing market solutions.”

Other key stakeholders present included the Ministry of Transport and Communications which was represented by Cecil Masiga, the ISP Association of Botswana by Bernard Ndove, and CEOs from different organisations as well as captains of industry.

Liquid Telecom transformed into Liquid Intelligent Technologies tugging along a raft of promises that promised to revolutionise the telecommunications industry in Botswana. “We are evolving from the Liquid telecom that was mainly focused at providing connectivity solutions to you ladies and gentlemen, to a more involved company that takes all the business needs of you stakeholders, and provides a one stop solution to all your needs in the technology space,” said the LIT Managing Director in his introductory message.

LIT’s vision is to transform the African continent, with relevant solutions that are designed and tailored in Africa, to empower the people with skills and also provide opportunities to communities and provide business solutions designed in Africa. “Our network is the backbone of broadband for the continent, reaching afr and wide.

The network business, offeres Voice, Data, Fibre, WiFi and 4G/5G connectivity thereby democratizing technology and connectivity for all. Our network business provides the vessels, the lifeblood of the continent and that of your business,” said Odirile Tamajobe, LIT MD. 

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