- Apr 4, 2014
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+1.Keeping the lights on will boost the economy more.
My sister-in-law's school has fitted cellphone jammers and actually banned smartphones in class. Their wifi was constantly hacked and used to.watch porn by learners. You should have seen her face when an asked why they didn't just use Mac addresses to control access. I mean, who does their IT?
Will these even work?
A tablet is very easy to steal - and to break if you drop it...
I predict they will drop this after two months - and the loss/damage of half the tablets.
Who's getting a nice kickback from this? :erm:
They are already spending more than ever on education, and the results just get worse every year (not the official ones though). Now its another R17bn being wasted. There are still reports of schools that have classes under trees, or that have no electricity or running water. Why is that not a higher priority?
R17bn could also pay for the e-toll roads, or fund Eskom for another year...