Great overview of @ProjectIsizwe,the government funded free Wi-Fi in low income communities of South Africa http://projectisizwe.org/project-isizwe-on-cnbc-africa/ …
Your cell phone + @projectisizwe free WiFi = access to information, expression and opportunity.
#Tshwane upgrades and doubles free Wi-Fi speeds > http://bit.ly/1DOtOS1 @ngozoa @CityTshwane #WiFi
Another great cross-the-divide initiative from @ProjectIsizwe:
@MayorOfTshwane: remarkable chapter of how public& pvt sectors are working together 2 break new ground @ProjectIsizwe
Free WiFi should be in the Constitution, and be free for all South Africans.
@TshwaneFreeWifi has recorded more than 1 million user sessions to date, I just cant think of anything cooler! @CityTshwane @MayorOfTshwane
Important milestone for @startups and education in South Africa. @wisehubsa @jgrush2 @ProjectIsizwe @alanknottcraig http://projectisizwe.org/tshwane-and-isizwe-take-home-africacom-awards-2015/ …
Well done @alanknottcraig @ProjectIsizwe @TshwaneFreeWifi on changing lives with access to internet #stbdigital
#Africacom 2015: Other winners http://goo.gl/pm2qSH @ProjectIsizwe wins Best Connectivity Solution for Africa & Best App for Africa Award
@ProjectIsizwe @TshwaneFreeWifi really is changing the tech landscape. Listen to @HashtagRadio on @tobetsadotcom
Great milestones being achieved by @CityTshwane and @projectIsizwe @ThesocialCollective. Makin Free WiFi possible #WiredTshwane #WifiChamp
Free Wi-Fi connection around Denlyn Mall is brilliant. Shop and surf, thanks @TshwaneFreeWifi @ProjectIsizwe #freewifi4all #TshWi-Fier
What we do
Project Isizwe is an award winning, non-profit organisation which aims to bring the internet to people across South Africa, by facilitating the roll-out of Free WiFi for public spaces in low income communities, with a core focus on connectedness for the purpose of education. We work closely with the public sector in deploying high-quality Free WiFi networks at the lowest possible cost. Project Isizwe believes that the best means of addressing inequality is the deployment of government-funded Free WiFi throughout public spaces in low-income communities. Each citizen should be within walking distance of Free WiFi.
Project Isizwe has won an international award for its deployment of free WiFi in the City of Tshwane in partnership with South Africa’s capital municipality. The non-profit organisation was crowned the “Most Innovative City or Government Programme to Bridge the Digital Divide” by the World Broadband Alliance at the inaugural World WiFi Day. World WiFi […]
With local government elections around the corner, we’re joining forces with Project Isizwe’s petition to bring about free internet access in South Africa. As South Africans, we’ve a number of things to be proud of as our country celebrates its 23rd year of democracy. Despite challenges faced to our society, we continue to prosper […]
Two-thirds of South Africans have no access to internet. This means that 35 million people are excluded from a modern facility that can help them improve their lives. A recent World Bank study showed that there is a clear correlation between Internet access and GDP growth. When Internet access was increased to 10% for any […]