“Food for Thought” Breakfast Session: Data Must Fall
08:00 to 10:00 - 6 Nov 2019
Tshimologong Precinct, 41 Juta St, Johannesburg, 2001

Breakfast Session

Data Must Fall

This session focused on the new Competition Commission Report on #datamustfall, and how other players are approaching the issue of data costs in South Africa. 

We invited panellists to discuss the impact of this report, what different organisations are doing to achieve cheaper data and how South Africa can achieve universal internet access and free public access.

Izak Minnaar

Independent Consultant

He recently presented a “seven steps to achieving universal internet access and free public access in South Africa” at the Forum for Internet Freedom hosted in Ethiopia in September.

Koketso Moeti

Founding Executive Director of Amandla.mobi

Amandla.mobi has previously made submissions to both ICASA and the Competition Commission which were respectively supported by more than 30,000 people. She will share the latest updates about what Amandla.mobi is doing on #DataMustFall

Tim Genders

COO of Project Isizwe

He has been with Project Isizwe for the last 3 years taking responsibility for the management of one of the largest free Wi-Fi projects in Africa.

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Event Blog published on Medium, click link below

The poor are still paying more for data in South Africa



  • 8:00 - 10:00 : Breakfast Session

    “Food for Thought” Data Must Fall