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A 20-seater multimedia center was donated to African Community Feeding Scheme Center in Meadowlands, Soweto by Vodacom SA on Wednesday, 25 February. Through its corporate social responsibility arm, Vodacom has handed over a high-tech computer laboratory with 20 laptops as well as free internet connectivity for the next twelve months.
Senior Communications Manager at Vodacom, Angela Abrahams, unveiled the newly donated equipment to the center in a bid to continue the standard excellence at ACFS center, Abrahams is also adamant that the introduction of ICT will help in their quest to build Fourth Industrial Revolution. She further said, “We have been working with ACFS for the past 20 years, so we will keep on supporting them. Our main challenge will be making sure that people do not steal this equipment”.
ACFS was established over 74 ago years with the aim of working with children in the under resourced townships and communities of Soweto, Tsakane, Alexandra and Tembisa. ACFS Director, Bertha Magoge, hailed Vodacom for being in line with the country’s vision of improving technologies in the townships. “The contribution will continue to forge a good relationship between Vodacom and the community at large.” Bertha said she believes the center will not only benefit the learners, but also the community at large. After having refreshments for lunch, the students presented dance and song items to elevate the function.
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