Plugged in on the Wild Coast

  • Posted on: 27 November 2012
  • By: dwesaadmin

Neziswa "Pinky" Mcinga was 23 years old and at a dead end when computers came to her community in the deep rural region of Dwesa on the Eastern Cape's Wild Coast. "I completed my matric in Dwesa in 2001 and afterwards I worked here and there as a domestic worker in East London, but what i really wanted to do was study, " explains Mcinga.Her prospects for tertiary education were nonexistent because her father, Fundile Mcinga, who raised her and who lives in Dwesa, is unemployed and lives on a disability grant...

Read more of this interesting article, featured on the 4th of November 2012, in South Africa's national newspaper City Press by clicking this link.