Potraz donates computer laboratory to Masvingo High School

Thursday 10 October 2019 | 12:26 CET | News
Zimbabwe's telecoms regulator Potraz has donated a computer laboratory to Masvingo High School as it aims to enhance access to ICTs in schools. POTRAZ assisted with the building materials for the lab and went on to donate 36 laptops, a multi-purpose printer, an overhead projector, 36 desks and chairs and one desktop computer. It also provided the school with a six month Wi-Fi subscription. 

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Categories: Internet
Companies: POTRAZ
Countries: Zimbabwe
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