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Samsung Africa has donated TV’s and smartphones to Phomolong Secondary School in Tembisa, extending its partnership with the school.
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Samsung has brought the first Solar Powered Internet School to Angola.
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At the eLearning Africa 2013 Conference in Namibia, Samsung showcased its education solutions for Africa and urged organisations to consider the unique ways in which they can help provide quality education and skills development to the youth.
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Following on from the eLearning Africa conference, Kea’ Modimoeng from Samsung Africa was quoted in an article by The Guardian titled ‘Should Africa beware tech companies bearing gifts?’, positioning Samsung as a company that understands that sustainability and collaboration are key when it comes to developing education solutions for Africa.
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The Samsung Electronics Engineering Academy in Kenya recently held its first graduation ceremony, which saw 200 students graduate. The event has continued to garner coverage.
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Our CSR2.0 approach is about finding a balance between social contribution and alignment to business. Our CSR2.0 programme therefore aligns to our Samsung Blue Project, our target to become a $10 Billion business

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Samsung builds products and programmes for Africa's unique needs resources and conditons. Samsung has undertaken extensive research (R&D) to develop technology innovations.

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We recognise that there is power in partnership. Therfore we are working closely with governments as well as businesses in order to amplify the impact of our existing initiatives in Africa.

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