Project Isizwe creates an impact on Broadband Awards shortlist Project Isizwe has been shortlisted for the Broadband Award for ‘Broadband Delivering Social Impact’ by the Broadband World Forum. The annual Broadband Awards are one of the most prestigious awards in the broadband space, bringing together some of the biggest names in the international telecoms […]
This Heritage Day we are encouraged as South Africans to celebrate our cultures along with the diversity of our beliefs and traditions. It is vital that as we celebrate this day with our loved ones, we make use of the internet to share and preserve our memories. With 20 years of Democracy; South Africa […]
The South African education system has come under a lot of scrutiny and criticism. Many argue that the level and standard of the country’s education system does not motivate learners to perform at their best; thus, in the long run, this can be seen over lapping over into the workplace. According to an Article in […]
Project Isizwe’s internationally acclaimed and innovative TshWi-Fi TV project has done it again! The hyper-local, mobile video production team walked away with a bronze award in the Shared Value category at Saturday night’s 2017 Loeries. Project Isizwe is proud of the amazing work and the contribution made by TshWi-Fi TV’s Citizen Journalists, who continue […]
Project Isizwe – the innovative Non-Profit Organisation (NPO) behind Africa’s most successful, large-scale Free WiFi network – has announced Dudu Mkhwanazi as the new CEO. Mkhwanazi is deeply committed to enabling social justice and empowering South Africans through free access to the internet. Mkhwanazi’s appointment to the executive role is set to see Project Isizwe […]
Project Isizwe on CapeTalk as Pippa Hudson discusses our WiFi projects in the Western Cape. We’re excited to share the innovative new Khaye-Fi project. Which aims to bring sustainable WiFi to Khayelitsha.