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Fibre-Optic Cable in Africa: Connecting a Continent on the Move.

The World Bank has provided USD 424 million to boost regional networks in Eastern and Southern Africa under the Regional Communications Infrastructure Programme (RCIP).

Fibre-Optic Cable in Africa: Connecting a Continent on the Move.
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