Individuals and businesses in most parts of the world, which require to connect East Africa on the Internet, will find it almost impossible to do so, for the next seven days, as an undersea cable taking high-speed net access to East
Africa has gone faulty.
The owners of the Seacom cable said the exact cause of the fault was "still
being investigated", but was thought to originate off the Kenyan coast.
The cable, finished in 2009, connects South Africa, Tanzania, Kenya, Uganda and
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