10 years after: Promised reform in South African telecommunications fails

The end of apartheid in South Africa in 1994 brought the African National Congress to political power along with a mandate for reform of nearly all the nation’s institutions, including the telecommunications sector. But "the reform of telecommunications has largely failed," according to an analysis by Robert Horwitz, professor of communication at the University of California, San Diego, just published in the journal Telecommunications Policy.

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