In partnership with Maramedia, Samsung has launched an application that gives learners access to digital manuals that cover the school syllabus at the African Education Week and Learning Expo in Johannesburg.
READ MORE >>

Samsung signed a memorandum of agreement with the Government of Ethiopia to develop infrastructure by providing “smart” platforms to enhance social welfare, education, health, security and e-government.
READ MORE >>

Angola, in collaboration with Samsung and Unitel, recently opened its first Solar Powered Internet School.
READ MORE >>

Brett van der Bosch from DataWeek recently took a tour of the Samsung Electronics Engineering Academy in Boksburg.
READ MORE >>

Samsung has developed a number of solar powered products and programs. In this article, Thierry Boulanger discussed why solar power makes sense, and how it can improve people’s lives in Africa.
READ MORE >>

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

Read more

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

Read more

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.

Read more