The MTN SA Foundation, in partnership with Office of Deputy Minister of the Department of Social Development, Hendrietta Bogopane-Zulu, has launched a state-of-the-art multimedia centre for students with disabilities at Vhembe TVET in Makwarele Campus, Limpopo.
The innovative development, valued at R1.249mn, will see the 20 workstations in the multimedia centre adapted to cater for deaf, blind and partially sighted students.
“The MTN SA Foundation, through our various initiatives, aims to bring the power of technology and a connected life to those most in need by contributing to the national quality of teaching and learning. We are proud to launch our latest centre at the TVET College in Limpopo, to ensure students are future-fit,” says Kusile Mtunzi-Hairwadzi, General Manager of the MTN SA Foundation.
“This is the second TVET college to receive a state-of-the-art multimedia centre to assist learners with their education, and our support does not stop here,” says Mtunzi-Hairwadzi.
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