Microsoft has established a new Microsoft School Technology Innovation Centre in South Africa to increase access of digital literacy for the students in contributing for job opportunities.
The main objective of the centre is to bridge the digital divide and make ensure that more people can access to digital literacy. The centre will also demonstrate the extent, so that private sector can assist government to improve people lives. Under the government's policy on e-Education, every teacher, manager and leaner in General and Further Education and Training will equipped with knowledge and skills to use ICT in their lives. The company is working with governments and industries worldwide to accelerate skills development and help employers find qualified candidates.