The City of Joburg’s budget focuses mainly on services to poor residents.
The City of Tshwane said it continue to pay Project Isizwe the same way it has been since the initiative was kicked off.
Mobile telecoms company, Econet has launched free WiFi zones for commuters using taxis in Zimbabwe’s capital city.
City of Joburg Mayor Herman Mashaba delivered his first State of the City Address in Braamfontein yesterday.
The City of Cape Town has budgeted R4.7 million to rollout WiFi to commuters, drivers, passersby and vendors at the Mitchells Plain bus and taxi rank.
The City of Tshwane’s mission to be the most connected city on the African continent continues to garner international acclaim! This time the City’s TshWi-Fi TV project is a winner in the FIRE Africa Awards 2016, presented last night – 6 December 2016 – in Guadalajara, Mexico during the 2016 Internet Governance Forum. FIRE Africa […]
Johannesburg; 25 October 2016 – FNB branches with active connection to WIFI have increased from 132 in June to 255, this is as the bank moves to bulk up its digital offering at branch. The bank will also increase Digital Zones at branches from 222 to 438 in the coming months. Lee-Anne van Zyl, […]
Project Isizwe has been nominated in the Affordable Internet Connection category in the WiFi Now Awards to be held later this month.