Stéphane Ballong

South africa - Kenya
High speed and cheap internet access has become a reality in East Africa. Seacom, a Mauritian telecommunications company, last week completed the installation of a fibre optic cable that gives eastern African countries access to modern information technology. At a cost of US$ 600 million, the project was mainly funded by private investors in Africa.


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