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Our Corporate Social Investment (CSI) initiatives are focused on education, a critical element of building and maintaining a thriving, sustainable South African economy. As an ICT solutions provider we place emphasis on technology and skills development as well as learning through technology.

Jasco's weekly Bread Deliveries at Kaalfontein Primary School
Jasco's commitment to the partnership created with Kaalfonteion Primary School goes beyond providing the school with Security Solutions in the form of CCTV Surveillance and WiFi connectivity to ensuring that the learners are also fed adequately. Through our weekly bread initiative, learners enjoy full additional food supplements on a daily basis from the school. Food nutrition plays a critical role in early childhood development.  

Kaalfontein Primary School
Located in Tembisa near our Midrand head office, this school caters for 2000 pupils from disadvantaged backgrounds. We provide support in a number of ways, including financial contributions, facilities upgrades, improved security, donations of necessary equipment and furniture as well as time and energy from our enthusiastic staff members.

Security Solution for Kaalfontein Primary School

Jasco bolstered the school’s security with the donation of security equipment including perimeter fencing and a CCTV solution, which has all been implemented and supported by our very own staff from Jasco.

Furniture Donations

Donated furniture for the classrooms and created a staffroom for teachers

Nelson Mandela Day

Jasco staff cleanup campaign and painting of classrooms at Kaalfontein Primary School

Numberwise Training
Training teachers to excel in maths with Numberwise programme

Health & Saftey Audit Done by Jasco Staff Members from the Sheq Deparment

Centres of Excellence (CoE)

Jasco supports the Telkom CoE program, which aims to develop critical high-level ICT skills through a postgraduate research programme. We provide financial assistance to support postgraduate research on Broadband Networks and Applications at the CoE located at the University of Cape Town (UCT). We also meet with the institution to ensure research remains relevant and will directly benefit the South African ICT sector. The Telkom CoE at UCT benefits a high level of previously disadvantaged  beneficiaries - 91% for PhD candidates and 81% for Masters candidates.