Project Isizwe has facilitated the deployment of the largest free Public Free Wi-Fi network in Africa in the Tshwane Municipality, Gauteng, South Africa.
Dudu Mkhwanazi completed her undergraduate degree in Public Administration at North West University (Vaal Triangle Campus), she also pursued her Honors Degree in Political Science at North West University. In 2013 Dudu Mkhwanazi embarked on her Master’s Degree in Public Policy and Comparative Politics at the Université Montpellier in the South of France.
To date with Dudu Mkhwanazi’s support, Project Isizwe has partnered with Glencore Mine in Emalahleni to connect the mining communities to free Wi-Fi. Project Isizwe also partnered with Aware.org.za using free internet access as an enabler for an anti-underage drinking intervention program for the community of Botshabelo in the Free State and in Maviljan in Bushbuckridge.
Additionally, Project Isizwe continues to advocate for internet access for all South African’s as well as discovering the sustainability model for all subsidized free Wi-Fi projects in the country.