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Submitted by Anonymous on
Regarding the rate of utility tarriffs in Africa, it will be difficult for any meaningful development to take place if they stay high and above the means of the masses. In normal economic environment privitisation creates competion which eventually leads to improve in services at affordable prices.. Sadly in most cases in Africa, privitisation hardly leads to competition as there is always a favourable dorminant player in the sector. Unless there is a level playing field and transparency in privatising utilities services especially Telephone sector, there is a long way to go!