4IR to create more jobs than it takes over

From left-to-right are SEACOM Chief Executive Officer Byron Clatterbuck (left), Microsoft Country Manager Sebuh Haileleul and SEACOM Managing Director EMEA Region Tonny Tugee. Photo by Maria Macharia, CAJ News Kenya Bureau

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4IR to create more jobs than it takes over

From left-to-right are SEACOM Chief Executive Officer Byron Clatterbuck (left), Microsoft Country Manager Sebuh Haileleul and SEACOM Managing Director EMEA Region Tonny Tugee. Photo by Maria Macharia, CAJ News Kenya Bureau

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4IR to create more jobs than it takes over

From left-to-right are SEACOM Chief Executive Officer Byron Clatterbuck (left), Microsoft Country Manager Sebuh Haileleul and SEACOM Managing Director EMEA Region Tonny Tugee. Photo by Maria Macharia, CAJ News Kenya Bureau

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