MWEB explains interruptions to Rondebosch and surrounds

Frustrated MWEB users in the Rondebosch area and surrounds, used the Breakfast Show with Kieno Kammies to complain after Internet services were interrupted.

Etienne Cloete, MWEB managing director, explained to Kieno what caused the interruptions on Monday and Tuesday.

Listen to his explanation here as well as what you can do when there is a problem with MWEB:


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