DURBAN - As South African universities head into their first month of 2019 and students begin a new chapter in their lives the high cost of education continues to have an impact.
While students have always struggled to afford basic necessities, today’s crop face more costs on top of food, accommodation and set works. Internet access, technology and communication now play a key role in students’ day-to-day activities and learning. In fact, these are at the heart of their studies as they are groomed for entry into a digital workforce.
“Students need data at affordable prices to help them obtain the information they need to carry out their assignments and projects. Their tertiary life will be made easier by having all of their connectivity needs in one place at one price,” said Cell C’s Chief Commercial Officer, Junaid Munshi....
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