An eLearning programme is to help in introducing technology for both teachers and learners, mentioned DiData's Andile Ngcaba. The eLearning programme by Dimension Data has been extended into the Limpopo Province, by establishing an e-learning centre at the Hudson Ntsanwisi School, recently. This is the sixth province included in the company's programme, which focuses on using technology to improve education in underprivileged schools. The objective of the programme according to DiData is to have 40 000 learners throughout SA on its e-learning programme by 2015.
Each e-learning centre includes a trolley equipped with computer equipment that can be moved around the school; connect to the Internet; and features education software aligned with the Grade 10, 11, and 12 maths, science, English, and life skills curricula. It was reported that the Dimension Data, during the past three years has implemented its e-learning programme in KwaZulu-Natal, Gauteng, the Eastern and Western Cape, and the North West Province. This has introduced over 10 600 Grade 10, 11, and 12 students and their teachers to the advantages of online and computer-assisted learning.