“The connected city”

The founder of Project Isizwe Alan Knott-Craig jnr, had a dream of a connected South Africa, more specifically a connected low-income community. So, he approached the council and Project Isizwe partnered with CoT to launch what would become one of the biggest Public...

Affordability lies behind the digital divide.

29 September 2018 The world is going through a digital revolution, where access to education, healthcare, jobs and even modern relationships has moved online. This then means there is a disparity between not only the poor and the rich, but the divide between those who...

Partnership with Yes4Youth

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 advertise their businesses and curate local content.

Partnership with Glencore

We have partnered with Glencore Mine to roll-out free WiFi hotspots in two mining towns in Witbank, namely Ogies and Phola, to establish free WiFi hotspots at the Makause Combined School, a library, a community sports field near the local police station, the Phola and...

Partnership with The Social Collective

Project Isizwe has partnered with The Social Collective in Bushbuckridge and Botshabelo to launch the Free WiFi Champions Program which aims to leverage the power of young, motivated individuals to share, activate and educate WiFi users about this important service,...