No Child Left Behind

National lockdown stops children from attending school,
and those without home internet are left behind.
Project Isizwe has implemented a program where schools can “donate”
home WiFi to the families of children living in low-income communities.
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Who Is
Project Isizwe

Project Isizwe is an award winning, non-profit organisation which works with the public and private sector to bring internet access to low-income communities across South Africa. We facilitate and enable the deployment of free internet hotspots within a walking distance in low-income communities for educational purposes, economic development and social inclusion. The best means of addressing inequality in our communities is the deployment of public -or privately funded Free WiFi in low-income communities.
Make a Donation
Make a Donation
By making a small donation from as little as R5, you will be connecting someone in Africa to the world.
Give a Gig
Give a Gig
Give-a-Gig today and connect someone to the internet where a world of opportunities awaits.
Fund a Project
Fund a Project
Partner with Project Isizwe by enabling your beneficiary community with Wi-Fi.
Our Funders
Our Funders
Thank you to all our funders for helping us connect Africa!

We are Connecting Africa

Our mission to connect Africa to affordable internet is impossible without the assistance and support of South African citizens & private businesses. If you would like to make a difference, consider donating to our non-profit organisation.

Internet & Education
Internet for Low Income Communities
How We Work

Featured Projects

We are proud to partner with many companies across Southern Africa to bring Affordable or Free Wi-Fi to those who need it most.

We have partnered with Glencore Mine to roll-out 10 hotspots in two mining towns in Witbank, namely Ogies and Phola, to establish free WiFi


We have partnered with Sishen Solar as part of the ECD investment and connected the communities of Mapoteng and Deben to free Wifi within a walking distance in the Northern Cape.

We have partnered with Yes4Youth in connecting the first Entrepreneurship Hub in Tembisa to free WiFi and we also offer WiFi users of the Hub a content portal that allows the entrepreneurs to

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Stellenbosch, 7600
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