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Getting sub-Saharan Africa connected (1991–2015)
Russell Southwood

traffic but this was a problem because it blocked Yahoo! mail: ‘We estimated the 419ers were 25% of our business. But finally we kicked them out. It turned out that people who were turned off by them came back, so revenue went back up.’  68 Another popular line of business for cyber-cafes was burning compact discs, first of pirated music and later of video content. A couple of attempts were made to professionalise the cyber-cafe as businesses: examples included Africa Online's eTouch franchises

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