The Cape Access programme
With the Cape Access programme, the Western Cape Government makes information and communication technology available and accessible to rural and underprivileged communities in the Western Cape.
The Cape Access programme has established 70 eCentres in rural communities throughout the province over the last 14 years. The people living in these communities now have access to computers and free internet.
They have access to online information for different uses, such as:
- school projects,
- job applications,
- internet banking,
- SARS efiling,
- creating their CVs, and
- accessing social media.
Members of the eCentres get free:
- use of computers,
- access to the internet,
- access to email,
- printing (a maximum of 10 pages per person per day),
- basic computer training,
- access to government information and services,
- access to jobs, business and research information, and
- accredited computer training.
Through improved ICT availability, Cape Access is opening doors to better education, employment and business opportunities, fuelling socio-economic development in communities where it is most needed.
Find your nearest eCentre.
- The Cape Access Centre in Kayamandi is bringing opportunities for growth (Public Information)
- The Slangrivier e-Centre and Cape Access is bringing ICT to the people (Public Information)
- Changing lives at the Ilingelethu e-Centre (Public Information)
- Cape Access is bringing ICT to Vanrhynsdorp (Public Information)
- Cape Access puts Bitterfontein on the ICT map (Public Information)
- Kwanokuthula e-Centre and Cape Access is brigding the technology gap (Public Information)
- Cape Access brings information, skills and opportunity to Kranshoek (Public Information)
- The Cape Access Programme is creating opportunities for growth in Leeu-Gamka (Public Information)