The City of Tshwane said it continue to pay Project Isizwe the same way it has been since the initiative was kicked off.
City of Tshwane Mayor, Solly Msimanga, gave his first budget speech yesterday.
A number of programmes, including TshwiFi, have been allocated rollover funds from the previous financial year.
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 […]
Project Isizwe received an award during the WiFi NOW International Expo in London last night.
Project Isizwe’s TshwiFi initiative with the City of Tshwane has won a case study accolade at the first World WiFi Day Awards.
Tshwane Mayor Kgosientso Ramokgopa, delivered the capital metro’s 2016/17 budget speech this morning in Pretoria.
Kids as young as 4 can take free coding lessons via the Tshwane free WiFi thanks to Hour of Code South Africa.