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SEACOM is privately funded and over three quarter African owned. 

Ownership is 76.56% African, and is broken down as follows: 



/ Industrial Promotion Services (26.56%), an arm of the Aga Khan Fund for Economic Development

/ Remgro Limited (25%)

 / Convergence Partners (12.5%)

 / Shanduka Group (12.5%)


The remaining 23.44% is held by Herakles Telecom LLC.


Our offices

SEACOM Head office
1st Floor, North Wing
Orange Tower, Cybercity, Ebene, Mauritius
+230 401 0915

Associate office
South Africa
SEACOM South Africa (Pty) Ltd
Building 7, Design Quarter District, Leslie Avenue

Magaliessig, South Africa
+27 11 461 6355

Sea Submarine Communications Ltd.
Methodist Ministries Centre, Block C, Ground Floor,
Oloitokitok Road, Lavington, Nairobi, Kenya
+254 20 513 3100


SEACOM Tanzania Ltd.
Plot No. 263 Chato Street, Regent Estate,
P.O. Box 33407, Dar es Salaam, Tanzania
+255 22 277 2621

SEACOM Mozambique Limitada
Av.24 de Julho nr. 2096, 3rd Floor, Flat 307/8,
Predio Progresso, Maputo, Mozambique
+258 214 531 00







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About Us
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SEACOM was established in 2007 by a group of African investors with the objective of bringing the global Internet to Africa.  Two years later, SEACOM launched the first broadband submarine cable system along the East African coastline linking South Africa, Tanzania, Uganda, Kenya and Mozambique with major Internet connection hubs in Europe and Asia.

Today, SEACOM has evolved from being a single cable operator into Africa’s foremost network service provider and ICT enabler. The company offers resilient and scalable data services across multiple submarine cable systems and diverse terrestrial networks to mobile and fixed-line network carriers, ISPs and other ICT service providers.

SEACOM’s Internet Protocol network is now the largest and most advanced on the continent and is designed using advanced fiber optics that can grow and scale as Africa continues to develop.

SEACOM prides itself in ensuring that its customers realise the intrinsic value of its network, by providing them with tailor-made communication solutions and world-class customer service. The company’s service offering includes dedicated private line transmission services, flexible Ethernet services as well as resilient global and regional IP transit services. 

SEACOM’s mission is clear; to bring affordable data connectivity and its associated benefits to all of Africa’s people.