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Project Isizwe was officially launched a week ago and 3 000 homes in Kayamandi so far have unlimited broadband internet access through fibre optic cable. Photo: Getty Images
Project Isizwe was officially launched a week ago and 3 000 homes in Kayamandi so far have unlimited broadband internet access through fibre optic cable. Photo: Getty Images

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Project Isizwe was officially launched a week ago and 3 000 homes in Kayamandi so far have unlimited broadband internet access through fibre optic cable.

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