TSHWANE, SOUTH AFRICA
Project Isizwe collaborates with local, provincial, and national government to provide Wi-Fi to low-income communities. In order to pursue their purpose of education, economic development, and social inclusion, Project Isizwe also provides a portal with curated content to empower local communities to participate in the mainstream economy. Project Isizwe has deployed over 803 Free Internet Zones (FIZs) in Tshwane, connected over 1,800,000 unique users in the Capital City since November 2013, and rolled out capacity for 40,000 users around schools in Atlantis and Robertson.
Read more on the Project Isizwe website