Namibia and Botswana Celebrate West Africa Cable System
THE launch of the Swakopmund landing station of the West Africa Cable System has brought Namibia and Botswana closer to each other, as well as to the rest of the world, telecommunication-wise.
West African Cable Systen (WACS) fibre off coast of South Africa at Yzerfontein.
Namibia: Country, Botswana Unveil WACS
New Era, 27 June 2012
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Namibia: Faster Internet Link Unveiled
New Era, 1 June 2012
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The Namibian, 1 June 2012
TELECOM Namibia yesterday launched its Speedlink, a spin-off of the West Africa Cable System (WACS), with pomp and ceremony in Windhoek. read more »