Project Isizwe and technical team are aware of the frequent outage on the Wi-Fi network in Tshwane. Due to the continued growth of the usage of the Wi-Fi network. Project Isizwe is awaiting approval from the City of Tshwane in order to upgrade the Wi-Fi Network and ensure quality service and optimum speed and connectivity. […]
Project Isizwe apologises for the inconvenience caused by the brief network outage experienced this morning by users of the TshWi-Fi network. We are pleased to inform residents Tshwane that our technicians have resolved all related issues and connectivity has been restored. Should users experience any further connectivity problems, they are requested to please inform us […]
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 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.
PRESS RELEASE: 6 June 2017 Free Wi-Fi Project Isizwe and Free WiFi in the City of Tshwane have hit front page of the Pretoria News three times in the last two weeks. That in itself shows how much the citizens care about their Free WiFi. It allows 600,000 people access to 15 GB of data a […]
Successful talks have been held between City of Tshwane officials and Project Isizwe. A joint proposal will be submitted to the municipal governance process for approval. The success of the network has been beyond anyone’s prediction. Since August 2016, the usage has increased by 65%. This has a direct knock-on cost to supporting and […]