On Wednesday, President Mnangagwa is set to commission the optic fibre link in Beitbridge, which connects the border town with South Africa and the rest of the country via Bulawayo and Masvingo and Harare.
The link was constructed by TelOne with the aid of a Chinese loan to expand national broadband network and to enhance efficient communication countrywide. Speaking to journalists on the sidelines of the ongoing International Telecommunications (ITU) Study Group 13 in Victoria Falls yesterday, ICT, Postal and Courier Services Minister Kazembe Kazembe said the fibre optic link will reduce operating costs for TelOne by 40 percent. Said Kazembe :
The TelOne fibre optic project is already complete and we will be commissioning it on Wednesday in Beitbridge. This is a milestone because the link was long overdue and is a critical project because it makes us the ICT hub of Southern Africa,
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