The iSibonelo High School Computer Centre
Bosasa has a hard-earned reputation as a leader in technology. In addition to this, we believe that we are fundamentally obligated to give back to the communities in which we operate. This is why we've created a network of community computer centres, many of which are located in underprivileged schools.
One such centre is the iSibonelo High School Computer Centre in KwaMashu, KwaZulu Natal. This centre is equipped with 15 computers with the latest software installed. We also run training courses from here to teach both learners and neighbouring community members the most essential, basic computer skills.
iSibonelo High School is well-known for producing many of South Africa's most prolific leaders. In fact, one of its past principals was Govan Mbeki, father of former state president Thabo Mbeki. Another alumnus of this historic school is the Minister of Justice and Constitutional Development, Jeff Radebe.
iSibonele is an icon for change and upliftment in South Africa. It’s also well-known for its part in educating the underprivileged during the Apartheid years and beyond. At the school's golden anniversary, alumni, learners and community members had much to celebrate. In 50 years the school had been a beacon of tenacity and resilience in the struggle for a quality education and a better life for all South Africans.
This is all in line with what Bosasa stands for when it comes to corporate social responsibility. We have a strong focus towards educating people and providing them with opportunities to better their standings. The iSibonelo High School Computer Centre gives the people of KwaMashu the opportunity to learn how to use a computer and thereby affords them better job prospects.
Call the Bosasa Group reception desk on +27 (0)11 662 6000 or email for more information on our Community Computer Centres.