Source: http://www.fin24.com/Tech/News/just-in-seacom-cable-fault-hits-sa-internet-20161017 Johannesburg - Undersea broadband cable provider Seacom has been hit by a fault in the Mediterranean Sea between Egypt and France, possibly impacting connectivity in Africa. Seacom operates an undersea broadband cable that connects from South Africa to Europe and Asia along Africa’s eastern coastline. And Seacom said in a network update on Monday that it is “experiencing a shunt fault in the mediterranean sea” at 14:00 GMT, which was about 16:00 South African time Monday. A shunt fault occurs when the insulation of an undersea cable is damaged and its metallic core makes contact with seawater. “The i
Today marks our first day of free wifi coverage in Knysna. Visit us at the Knysna Antique and Classic Wooden Boat Show this Saturday, 8 October 2016, at Thesen Harbour Town to give our wifi a spin, completely free, you won't be disappointed.