Deputy Minister Pinky Kekana leads KwaZulu-Natal SA Connect projects in Msunduzi Local Municipality, 29 Apr

Communications Deputy Minister Pinky Kekana leads SA Connect projects in Msunduzi Local Municipality, KwaZulu-Natal province

Communications Deputy Minister, Pinky Kekana, will lead the SA Connect project in Msunduzi local Municipality of Kwazulu-Natal province on the 29th of April 2019 ( Monday). To date the Department and its entity Broadband Infraco has overseen the connection of 508 sites to the internet grid, a target of 713 sites is expected to be reached by the end of July 2019.

In line with President Ramaphosa’s vision to equip learners with mobile learning tools such as tablets in all public schools, I believe that delivering internet connectivity to schools will substantially improve our country schooling system. Internet connectivity is essential if we want our children to succeed in education, in work and in life – education with internet connectivity is possibly the single most important factor in overcoming poverty, unemployment and inequality. Said Pinky Kekana, Communications Deputy Minister.

The Deputy Minister of Communications will lead connections at two schools and a local clinic.

Source: Department of Communication