Liquid Telecom South Africa, part of pan-African telecoms group Liquid Telecom, is equipping Batlhalerwa Secondary school in Limpopo with much-needed ICT equipment and training to help learners and teachers achieve better results.
For the past two years, the South African government has been vocal about how the digital revolution is unlocking job creation and stimulating economic growth.
“As we drive societal digital transformation, access to ICT infrastructure and training forms a basic tenet of our digital inclusion imperative,” Communications and Digital Technologies Minister, Stella Ndabeni-Abrahams says.
“The department therefore continues to partner with industry stakeholders to provide Cyberlabs that are equipped with devices, both at schools and community centres.”
Liquid Telecom South Africa has responded to this challenge by donating the school with some of the latest ICT equipment and training to help ensure that everyone in the school has an opportunity to improve their digital literacy.
“We believe that to truly prepare young South Africans for the digital revolution, they need to be empowered with devices that will develop and strengthen their ICT skills, as well as training that ensures that these skills are nurtured to prepare them for the future digital workplace,” Reshaad Sha, CEO Liquid Telecom South Africa says.
These efforts reiterate the company’s belief that every individual on the African continent has the right to be connected. This forms part of Liquid Telecom’s commitment to foster innovation and build digital skills among the youth, even in the remotest parts of the country.