Dudu Mkhwanazi on winning IITPSA award and the future of Project Isizwe
Following the ceremony we had a chance to chat with chief executive officer at the non profit organisation, Dudu Mkhwanazi.
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This slow growth is why projects which make internet access more accessible, are so vital because they help connect low income communities that can afford fibre connectivity or high speed WiFi.
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great is that there is political buy in. I think our political superiors understand that the world is moving towards digitalisation. What we need now is policy makers to rapidly implement policies which allow spectrum to be released, says Mkhwanazi.
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Looking to the future
In the coming months and years Mkhwanazi tells us that Project Isizwe will be looking at making its projects more sustainable in the long term.
of our projects are subsidised by private and public entities. What we working on now are the sustainable revenue models of all of our projects. We don want these projects to become white elephants in the community once the sponsor pulls back the funding, the CEO says.
The organisation is currently testing a few models in a bid to make them all sustainable. With a footprint in five provinces Project Isizwe is testing different models of sustainability vendre une bague en or avec diamant rather than trying to create a one bague en or sous la douche size fits all approach.
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