Computer Skills for Africa (CS4A ) is currently presenting an exciting computer competition for high schools. The competition was launched on 22 March and at the function Mrs Sibongile Masondo of the Department of Education expressed tremendous support and encouraged teachers to enter their learners.

There are 3 stages. The first stage finished in June and we want to congratulate the following learners:

Surname Name School
Dlamini Phumlani Hope
Hadebe Buhle Amajuba
Jele Sphesihle Thathunyanwo
Luvuno Phumelele Hope
Mbele Londiwe Amajuba
Ndlovu Kwazi Hope
Ndwandwe Simangele Hope
Ngconwane Zamaswazi Hope
Nkomo Talente Amajuba
Shabalala Slindubuhle Hope
Shabalala Lungile Thatunyanwo
Singh Carisha Amajuba
Warricker Steve Amajuba
Zwane Siphesihle Hope
Zwane Thandokuhle Thatunyanwo

In the end, 3 winners will be chosen. Each of these will receive an IC3 course (Internet and Computing Core Certification) worth R 5000. This is an internationally recognized standard for digital literacy and reflects the most relevant skills needed in today’s academic and business environments. The certification has three exams:

  • IC3-EXAM-1 Computing Fundamentals
  • IC3-EXAM-2 Key Applications
  • IC3-EXAM-3 Living Online

The winners of the competition will be announced in the Newcastle Advertiser and on the cs4a website. For more details regarding the competition visit our website: