A number of programmes, including TshwiFi, have been allocated rollover funds from the previous financial year.
Project Isizwe received an award during the WiFi NOW International Expo in London last night.
Tshwane Mayor Kgosientso Ramokgopa, delivered the capital metro’s 2016/17 budget speech this morning in Pretoria.
Kids as young as 4 can take free coding lessons via the Tshwane free WiFi thanks to Hour of Code South Africa.
Tshwane Free WiFi has been rebranded to Free TshwiFi.
You’re getting uncapped free WiFi, you’re uncapped free WiFi, everybody’s getting uncapped free WiFi this Christmas.
Brightwave aims to bring free WiFi to the Sowetan masses.
Residents now get up to 16GB data to use per month thanks to the City of Tshwane and Project Isizwe.
The South African tech entrepreneur will be focussing on newer WiFi venture Herotel.
The launch is part of the city’s Smart City initiative and you can use up to 300MB of data per day.
Tshwane residents now have an online portal to help others in need.
The free WiFi initiative has expanded into the Western Cape.
The number of users accessing the Tshwane free WiFi service has grown to 165 000 per month.
Television services over WiFi isn’t the only development that users on Tshwane’s Free WiFi network can look forward to.