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Internet revolution is here

By Johan Keyter 15 September 2010

As undersea submarine cable networks are expanded around the African continent a huge increase in internet connectivity is expected. FULL STORY >

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SEACOM finally online

By Tom Manners 26 July 2010

SEACOM confirms that all repairs to the submarine cable system have been completed FULL STORY >

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SEACOM problem expected to be fixed today

By Johan Keyter 23 July 2010

After an extended period of downtime and sporadic disconnections, SEACOM says their cable is up and running again. FULL STORY >

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SEACOM repairs underway

By Tom Manners 19 July 2010

Submarine cable system may only be fully operational late this weeks says SEACOM FULL STORY >

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SEACOM cable fault identified

By Tom Manners 9 July 2010

SEACOM announces that it has identified the cable fault and is now implementing measures to repair it. FULL STORY >

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MWEB confirms it is fully operational

By Tom Manners 9 July 2010

MWEB confirms it is fully operational after SEACOM outage affected international connectivity this week FULL STORY >

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Afrihost sets up proxy server to address SEACOM delay

By Tom Manners 8 July 2010

Local ISP Afrihost has set up a proxy server which will allow its users to visit international websites despite the SEACOM delay. FULL STORY >

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MWEB responds to SEACOM troubles

By Staff Writer 8 July 2010

With international connectivity an issue due to problems with the SEACOM cable, local ISP MWEB responds. FULL STORY >

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Seacom cable repairs may take days

By Johan Keyter 6 July 2010

Repairs on the Seacom cable may take up to a week according to the latest reports from the company. FULL STORY >

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Main One undersea cable goes live

By Johan Keyter 5 July 2010

The Main One undersea cable has been launched, giving Africans around the continent an additional 1.92 Tbps internet capacity. FULL STORY >

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SEACOM fault causes connectivity issues for South Africans

By Tom Manners 5 July 2010

Unconfirmed cable fault results in major downtime for a number of South African users FULL STORY >

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Five million people now connected in SA

By Staff Writer 14 January 2010

The number of South African internet users has finally passed the five million mark, breaking through the 10 mark of internet penetration for the county. FULL STORY >

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Internet Trends for 2010

By Martin van Dyk 11 January 2010

2010 will be a very interesting year in the ISP arena with the issue of pricing, the World Cup and the potential for greater fixed line competition all looming large. FULL STORY >

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Best of Tech News July 2009

By Mike Joubert 31 July 2009

All the imporant tech activity in July 09 FULL STORY >

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Seacom not only bandwidth but hope

By Mike Joubert 24 July 2009

It is difficult to convey the hope that yesterdayŌĒÖs switching on of the 17 000 km Seacom cable brings. FULL STORY >

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