South Africa 23.11.2017 06:04 pm

Three Gauteng schools receive gift of ICT labs

Apart from the handing over of the labs, the project further entailed conducting renovations at the schools.

Telecommunications equipment supplier Altron’s Altech Radio Holdings (ARH), together with the Gauteng MEC for Finance and e-Government Barbara Creecy has handed over ICT laboratories to three West Rand schools.

Three Gauteng schools receive gift of ICT labs
Three Gauteng schools receive gift of ICT labs

Three Gauteng schools receive gift of ICT labs

Apart from the handing over of the labs, the project further entailed conducting renovations at the schools.

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