Sharing digital literacy skills

across South Africa

Digify Bytes is a new nationwide digital literacy programme that has been commissioned by the British High Commission and aims to benefit youth, women, persons with disabilities, and the elderly across South Africa.

We work with trainers from each community to assist people across South Africa in understanding what skills they’ll need in order to use digital technology to their advantage. Digify Bytes participants learn how to use online technology to gain access to information, communicate with ease, and access services and opportunities online.

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Meet the Trainers

Amanda Kwaza
Bakang Moemi
Blessing Letsoara
Duduzile Dlamini
Faiza Xaba
Digify Bytes Trainer, Digify Africa, Karabo Mohlala
Karabo Mohlala
Matsobane Bestos Mojela
Ntwenhle Majozi
Sam Fakude
Sherwin Gerwell
Thamsanqa Phala
Thato Mashope
Digify Bytes Trainer, Digify Africa, Fikile Mfomane
Fikile Mfomane
Muzi Malindi
Zolile Sidiya
Mpho Mabuza

Access to digital skills and literacy remains a critical challenge for marginalized communities with many South Africans facing barriers like access to the internet, high data costs, and, most importantly, basic digital literacy. With an established trainer network across South Africa, Digify Bytes is positioned to provide digital literacy skills to your community.