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( 15.03.2006 00:00 )
We bring you a new generation of Wizzy Digital Courier installable CD - the August 2006 release!
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( 29.04.2004 10:00 )
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Saturday, 27 November 2004

We all know that to connect to the Internet, you need a telephone line and a modem, a satellite uplink, or some other means of tapping into 'the Net'. Unfortunately, in South Africa, the necessary telecommunications infrastructure is not always there to tap into. About a third of South Africans don't have a phone line, and roughly 88% of schools in the Northern Province lack an Internet connection.

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( 16.04.2004 15:43 )
Courier - on location
Andy Rabagliati, the developer behind Cape Town's Wizzy Digital Courier , is making a similar effort to help under-resourced schools connect to the internet. Andy, however, is using an even simpler technology: the milk truck.
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( 29.07.2003 18:34 )
We at Wizzy Digital Courier are officially opening in South Africa the prototype of a new method of low cost Internet access that can be used for rural schools in any environment in the world.
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