In a bid to help tackle skills development and job creation within the ICT sector, Vodacom has partnered with Cisco and MICT-Seta to empower unemployed youth with ICT skills training.
Local telecoms operator Vodacom has donated a fully equipped computer centre and internet access to learners from Wingen Heights Secondary School in Shallcross, KwaZulu Natal.
The Vodacom Mobile Education Programme’s newest ICT resource centre officially opened its doors, with the aim of boosting teacher training in maths and science in Vhembe, Limpopo.
Working with the University of Stellenbosch's Institute for Maths and Science Teaching, Vodacom is offering live video lectures to teachers at its ICT resource centres.
Vodacom has partnered with the Film and Publication Board to donate a computer centre and free data connectivity for a year to Nqweba Secondary School in Graaff-Reinet in the Eastern Cape, as part of efforts to bridge the digital divide in disadvantaged communities.
A previously disadvanaged school in Mthatha now has a mobile computer centre equipped with a server, 21 workstations, a multimedia projector and access to the internet, thanks to a partnership between Vodacom and the Department of Communications.
The Vodacom Change the World initiative is calling for skilled South Africans to donate themselves to work for a chosen Non Profit Organisation (NPO) for a year, while getting paid to do so.