CNA gave away Lenovo computers as part of the Back 2 School Cost Cutters competition. The winning school was Glenhazel Primary in Johannesburg, Gauteng. The competition and the prize was part of CNA’s drive to make South Africa more digitally-orientated. The competition itself prompted parents to upload their school list on the CNA website and purchase to stand a chance to win a computer lab for their school. The initiative forms part of a wider drive to increase ease of shopping via the Internet for all your stationery requirements.
In a digital age, where information and communication technology permeates every area of our life, the importance of e-learning in schools cannot be underestimated. The lack of adequate infrastructure, bandwidth and trained teachers means that for most schools the possibility of having an e-classroom is quite slim. CNA is making e-learning a priority, because it equips learners at an early stage to cope with, and adapt to, the demands of the contemporary job market, both locally and internationally.
With a passionate and dedicated team, CNA hopes to help millions of children take their first digital steps towards e-learning and a brighter future. Furthermore, they hope to inspire and empower a young generation to get creative, digitally.