President Mugabe praised for track record in lifting ICT sector

Zimbabwe’s President Robert Mugabe continues to earn extensive praise for providing computers to schools countrywide, especially in remote districts.

According to chief operating officer at Twenty Third Century Systems (TTCS) Alex Marufu, if one has to check the structures of South African ICT companies, Zimbabweans occupy key technical positions.

Although Internet is available to an estimated 18 million South Africans, the country still faces obstacles equipping the greater part (62.5  percent) of the population with technological privileges.

Marafu said zimbabwe’s efforts could lead to a generation of ICT-skilled workers of top world-class standard.

This action of technology provision is regarded as the next step of the 1980 declaration that obligated all Zimbabweans by law to be educated. TTCS has partnered with the government in order to execute e-government practice.

The company organises SAP assistance throughout multiple industries, including mining, manufacturing, pension funds, public sector companies, government, tax and revenue collecting agencies.

According to the 23rd.biz, TTCS prides itself for being a Pan African business solutions provider with over 70 percent of SAP Africa’s delivery capability in Africa outside South Africa.

The company, which now operates as far as the Middle East, has been active in Africa for close to 15 years. Main countries of operation include Zimbabwe, Malawi, Kenya, Rwanda, Uganda, Zambia and Nigeria.  

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