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Has using the internet prompted you to be more innovative or improved your life? Then why not enter our Internet Competition?
The Western Cape Government is rolling out Public WiFi Zones to various communities to improve Internet access throughout the province.
We would like you to participate in this exciting initiative by using these Public WiFi Zones to the fullest, and entering our competition.
How has using the internet changed your life?
Has using the internet prompted you to be more innovative or improved your life?
Then why not enter our Internet Competition?
CATEGORY 1: INNOVATION
Prize Money: R10 000 (one winner per round)
Tell us about your innovative idea that involves the Internet
Contestants are to create a sample in the form of a picture, sketch, or a prototype.
The sample must be accompanied by a full description of between 500 and 800 words of the device/ application/ innovative idea and its functionality.
The innovation should demonstrate how it will/has contributed and/or led to the socio-economic upliftment of your community.
Contestants should include a baseline costing model (if any), to manufacture the device/ innovative idea.
Entries can be individual or group submission.
It must be an original idea.
CATEGORY 2: YOUR STORY
Prize Money: R2 000 (two winners per round)
Tell us an inspiration story about how using the Internet improved your life or business
Tell your story in no more than 400 words.
Contestants must include a description of their lives before and after the Internet, and what caused the change.
The competition will run until December 2015 over five rounds.