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South Africa falls pitifully short of achieving its broadband goals.

Hlengiwe Mkhize No progress

Due to government failings, SA continues to rely on mobile to get online.

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Cell C's R10 000 contract incentive offer may prove foolhardy considering the amount of pressure it is under.
Cell C's R10 000 contract incentive offer may prove foolhardy considering the amount of pressure it is under.
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