WC govt launches e-learning 'game changer'
The R2 billion project will ensure all schools in the province have free high-speed internet.
CAPE TOWN - The Western Cape Government says its latest R2 billion project will ensure all schools in the province will have free high-speed internet by next year.
Earlier this year, during her state of the province address, Premier Helen Zille announced eight so-called 'game changers', which her office will focus on.
Yesterday, Zille launched the first Game Changer which is e-learning.
Picture: Western Cape Government
Zille's spokesperson Michael Mpofu says government has budgeted R2 billion to provide connectivity to all schools across the province.
"We launched an e-portal which is effectively a site where learners, teachers, parents, governing body members can go onto the site, contribute to the site and access different learning materials; be it past exam papers, text books, anything content that will assist in the process of learning."