Microsoft invests ZAR 750 mln in software for South African schools

Friday 11 July 2008 | 09:21 CET | News
Microsoft South Africa has announced plans to donate software to more than 26,000 government schools throughout South Africa. The three-year, ZAR 750 million deal follows the 2002 donation signed with the South African education department. Each of the schools that participate in the program will receive free licences for a range of software, including Microsoft Office 2007, Vista Business, Visual Studio Pro, Visio Pro, Exchange Server, SQL Server and Microsoft Encarta multimedia encyclopedia.

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Categories: IT
Companies: Microsoft
Countries: South Africa
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