free Wi-Fi

Bringing free wi-fi to the people

BusWifi---thumbIn today's world, access to the internet is a necessity for many, particularly the youth, you can use it for education and job seeking. But it is often difficult and costly. Various projects and municipalities have come to the party, offering free wi-fi to residents, especially in low-income areas.

Cape Town rolls out free Wi-Fi in public buildings

By June 2015, the City of Cape Town plans to have connected 61 public buildings and public access hot spots with free Wi-Fi as part of its R1.3-billion seven-year broadband network strategy.

Cape Town rolls out free Wi-Fi in public buildings

By June 2015, the City of Cape Town plans to have connected 61 public buildings and public access hot spots with free Wi-Fi as part of its R1.3-billion seven-year broadband network strategy.

City of Tshwane a step closer to launching bus rapid transit system

New A Re Yeng bus rapid transit system buses have been unveiled by the City of Tshwane. The BRT system will start operating on 17 November for a two-week test period with buses operating from the city centre through to Hatfield.

City of Tshwane a step closer to launching bus rapid transit system

New A Re Yeng bus rapid transit system buses have been unveiled by the City of Tshwane. The BRT system will start operating on 17 November for a two-week test period with buses operating from the city centre through to Hatfield.

Free wi-fi for South Africa’s taxi commuters

South African commuters using the country's most popular form of public transport - the minibus taxi - will now be able to update their Facebook status, check their e-mail and surf the internet through a free wi-fi connection on their way to work.