Cape Town is well on its way to becoming the silicon hub of Africa with several private companies and the council installing hundreds of kilometres of fibre-optic cables. This is according to the city’s deputy mayor and mayco member for finance, Ian Neilson.
Neilson points out that apart from attracting foreign investment the city, fibre-optic cables will bring with major economic and social benefits for the city.
In one of the projects, shared broadband infrastructure company, Dark Fibre Africa, is laying fibre-optic cables in Pinelands and workers are already on site digging trenches for the revolutionary infrastructure.
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