Botswana Fibre Networks (BoFiNet), a leading provider of high-speed fibre optic communication infrastructure, expresses deep concern over the recent spike in fibre cable vandalism affecting our network. This malicious destruction not only disrupts our services but also has severe repercussions on businesses, emergency services, people who depend on high-speed internet access for work, daily activities, and education, and the general public at large. Businesses suffer financial losses due to downtime, and the overall productivity of the affected area is compromised. Cable vandalism jeopardises public safety by hindering timely responses to emergencies and crises. In an urgent effort to protect our vital infrastructure, BoFiNet encourages responsible action and calls on the public to report any suspicious activity surrounding fibre-optic cables. We implore individuals to report any suspicious behaviour around fibre optic cables to local law enforcement agencies, call our toll-free number at 0800 600 953, or email firstname.lastname@example.org. Timely reporting can prevent potential damage. Individuals found guilty of such acts may face criminal charges, fines, and imprisonment. Together, we can ensure the uninterrupted flow of communication services that are vital for the well-being, prosperity of our community, and the overall economy
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