Thugs stole truckloads of smartphones, tablets and notebook computers valued at $6.3 million.
The company also vowed to invest in new technology and boost marketing.
The devices are expected to sell for around $300 from the end of September.
Western Cape Education MEC Donald Grant said the programme remained a pipe dream at this stage.
There’s deepened fears from investors that the mobile giant may follow in the footsteps of Apple.
The new Secure Work Space feature will be managed through BlackBerry Enterprise Service (BES).