Project Isizwe in the news
Your municipality is responsible for providing you with the services you need to satisfy your basic needs, according to the South African Constitution. Our most basic needs are for a safe, healthy environment, and community development. This makes the fairly obvious services, like water supply, sewage collection and disposal, refuse removal, health services, and roads […]
By Hadlee Simons on 7 September 2017 HadleeSimons Project Isizwe’s Tshwane Free WiFi Project is probably the standout free WiFi initiative in the country today. Featuring relatively generous data caps and loads of zero-rated content, there’s no doubt that it’s been a game-changer for many citizens. We’ve also seen the Western Cape Free WiFi project […]
Everybody loves free Wi-Fi. Nobody ever wants to see it switched off. It has proven its worth by helping citizens improve their education, enhance job skills, find employment, easily access local, national, and international news, and be socially connected. Quality free Wi-Fi at sizeable daily allowances (500MB) and good bandwidth speeds (over 5 Mbps) enables […]
Project Isizwe has appointed Dudu Mkhwanazi as its new CEO. Mkhwanazi is deeply committed to enabling social justice and empowering South Africans through free access to the internet.
Project Isizwe has received the World WiFi Day Award, in the category for the most innovative city or government programme, for helping the City of Tshwane provide free WiFi to its citizens. According to a statement, an award in this category recognises cities, governments and organisations that develop local and national plans to bridge the […]
Free internet social organisation, Project Isizwe, has won an international award for the Tshwane free WiFi (TshWiFi) initiative. Project Isizwe was nominated in the Best Affordable Internet Connection category in the WiFi NOW awards. The awards are hosted during the premier WiFi NOW International expo and conference in London from 25th to 27th October. Project […]
Project Isizwe accelerates free WiFi speed in Tshwane Residents in the City of Tshwane will now be able to browse and download from the web even faster as the city has just announced an improvement in Project Isizwe’s network speeds. The new network speed now clocks in 15mbps (megabits per second), up from the original […]