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Dark Fibre Africa New IAP Sees Opportunities In Zimbabwe.


A newly licenced Internet  Access  Provider, (IAP)  Dark Fibre  Africa, (DFA)  has  said that they still see  vast  opportunities in Africa and Zimbabwe as  well.

While  many  may have argued that  the Zimbabwean market is already saturated  and no longer profitable as most  urban consumers have already been connected, DFA  feels otherwise.

Remgro-owned Dark Fibre Africa (DFA) says it still sees opportunity in its niche, driven by higher demand for internet services during the Covid-19 pandemic.

The DFA is a wholesale, open-access fibre infrastructure and connectivity provider in SA. It forms part of Remgro’s telecommunications investments, through Community Investment Ventures Holdings (CIVH), which owns businesses including fibre-to-the-home company Vumatel


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