SA’s township shoppers are switching cash for clever tech at a fraction of the cost and effort

“With greater connectivity becoming available in township communities, we are seeing a huge shift to online shopping as opposed to physical shopping.” Luvuyo Rani, co-founder and CEO of township technology services provider Silulo Ulutho Technologies, is understandably excited. Rani and brother Lonwabo Rani founded Silulo Ulutho Technologies in Komani (Queenstown) in 2004 as a one-stop business and careers centre offering digital training and business, internet and printing services to township and rural communities. The former teacher started the business in response to the Department of Education’s introduction of Outcomes Based Education, which required educators to use computers to capture learners’ marks. The need for computer literacy in broader township communities quickly became apparent, and so Silulo Ulutho Technologies was born. Today, the company services 43 branches in townships and rural areas in the Western Cape, Eastern Cape and KwaZulu-Natal, employing 200 full-time staff and boasting 18 franchisees. READ MORE
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