Haha, I wish it was. Working on one now, going crazy. Have been over this a million times, but quite a complex board for someone with my somewhat limited experience
This us my experience as well. Then we have another week shipping if we have not customs delay. My previous fabrication run at PCBWay took quite a long time. We have no one local in South Africa that I know of. In US there are some option, but from wat I could find out via the All-knowing Google is that they are way ore expensive (around $200 - $300 for ten bare boards).
These are great to start with. Just be careful on which one you buy. There are tons of reviews, I must have watched them all, haha. If you are looking at the cheapies, I would recommend that you go with QR-2520D or larger one. Stay clear from the T962 series. If budget is not a problem, there are proper ones available from US or EUR but will et you back around $3000.
There is one more piece of equipment that can speed up prototyping drastically. It has been on my my Christmas list for two years, but Santa is conveniently skipping over it It is the Voltera desktop PCB printer. Even though they might claim can you produce End User products, I am not too sure. BUT I can most certainly see the merit in being able to design, print, test and iterate within couple of hours. Then once I know the design is working, I would still send to PCB house for full assembly of all components accept MC’s of course.
Hope this helps!!