Browsing: Project Isizwe

Project Isizwe, the non-profit responsible for building a free Wi-Fi network in greater Pretoria, has established its first hotspots in the Western Cape, it said on Friday. Commuters at the busy Gugulethu and Khayelitsha taxi ranks near Cape Town will

The City of Tshwane, working with non-profit Project Isizwe, has increased the maximum speeds on its free Wi-Fi network to 15Mbit/s, the parties said on Wednesday. To date, the average speed for users has been 7Mbit/s, they said. “The network

Alan Knott-Craig’s Project Isizwe free Wi-Fi project with the City of Tshwane could “set the pattern for social impact bonds” in South Africa, where the private sector guarantees delivery of services, the

Stellenbosch’s free Wi-Fi project continues to be delayed as projects elsewhere in South Africa are rolled out. Free Wi-Fi was proposed for Stellenbosch as early as 2013 and, despite investigations into the viability of the programme, roll-out has been delayed

The rural Eastern Cape is about to get high-speed Internet service though a dedicated Wi-Fi connection. Project Isizwe is well known for rolling out the City of Tshwane’s massive Wi-Fi programme

The Western Cape government has updated the timelines for the complete deployment of its R1,3bn broadband initiative after an initial contracting period with the State IT Agency and Neotel took longer than anticipated. The tender, which was issued

Free Wi-Fi provider Project Isizwe will offer users access to free video-on-demand (VOD) content, its backers announced on Wednesday. The offering, called WiFi TV, is a mobile-friendly VOD service available for unlimited access

Free Wi-Fi pioneer and non-profit Project Isizwe has launched the second phase of its wireless Internet access project in the Pretoria area, rolling out 213 new “Free Internet Zones” to schools in Mamelodi, Atteridgeville and Soshanguve