In terms of the survey, the majority (83%) of South Africans believe the Internet can enable access to education for future generations. Using the Internet for better healthcare was also high, with 69% of South African respondents noting this as a priority. Only Poland was slightly higher at 71%, reveals Cisco. The survey also shows that more than any other country, 50% of South African respondents want the Internet to be a platform for social and political change.
"It considers individual student aptitude, learning speed, background, response and other variables. It processes the data in real-time and provides feedback to the teacher, so that the teacher can recognise flagging student attention or poor response immediately, and take corrective actions. This will improve student participation and, in the process, the overall results."
It was established as part of a restructuring process to ensure departments in the province can seamlessly talk to each other. At the time, the provincial government said the department will oversee the rollout of the province's broadband network, which will connect all government buildings and various public service access points, urban renewal zones and targeted economic zones
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