US social media giant Facebook says its connectivity investments could grow Africa’s economy by $57bn in the next five years, with SA benefiting $14.1bn (R236.64bn).    

A new study conducted by telecoms consulting and research firm Analysys Mason found that Facebook’s investments in infrastructure and connectivity will deliver more than $57bn in economic benefits from 2020 to 2024 in Sub-Saharan Africa. ..

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