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While we’re seeing tech companies popping up across Africa, Silulo Ulutho Technologies isn’t aiming to become the next must have app — it’s starting from the ground up. Mich Atagana travels to Khayelitsha to chat about the IT training initiative with co-founder Luvuyo Rani.
The company provides communities based in townships or rural areas with the opportunity to scratch up on their IT skills to be better prepared for their professional careers.
She also speaks to Senior Trainer Luvuyo Soji about the specific types of courses the centres have to offer. Generally though, the initiative focuses on computer education, business services, technical support and the sale of computer and digital devices.
The company launched in 2004 and describes itself as a one-stop-shop IT company, which is active in the Western and Eastern Cape with a total of 26 centres in South Africa. Ultimately, Silulo Technologies has a vision of empowering all African citizens to be part of the growing digital community.