Computer Aid helping to change lives in Africa

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Computing reports from South Africa and Mozambique on how the PC project is helping access to education

When Fannie Sebolela became principal of Khensani Primary School, he found the school, which had just 250 pupils, a depressing place to learn. The school is based in Soshanguve, a township about ...

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