They want to play father Christmas but numerous areas in SA still do not have ADSL.
Interesting also how the begging bowl is being replaced by demands.
Regulators push for open access to Africa's undersea cables Michael Malakata
Jan 23, 2015 12:45 PM e-mail print
Regulatory authorities in Southern Africa are pushing to open up access to undersea cables to all countries in the region in order to bring down the high cost of communications in the area.
The Communication Regulatory Authorities of Southern Africa (Crasa) is spearheading the effort, aimed at giving all countries in the Southern African region equal access to the cables. Crasa’s legal and policy committee wants the region’s landlocked countries to have access to the region’s undersea cables at the same price as countries along the shore.