The 27-year-old Nyenyane Moses is from the dusty streets of Mokopane, Limpopo.
Nyenyane has a National Diploma in Computer Studies from the Tshwane University of Technology (TUT).
He has decided to dedicate his time and skills for a year at the Aletuke Community Care Centre. Nyenyane will work as a Trainer at Aletuke Community Care Centre, which is a non-profit organisation (NPO) in Moshate, Mokopane, Limpopo.
The NPO provides home-based care for ill and needy people of Moshate village and its surrounds. It also maintains fruit and vegetable gardens, which helps provide a daily meal for more than 200 children. Its care givers visit more than 130 homebound patients in Moshate and four neighbouring villages. The caregivers also assist people that can no longer take care of themselves and are also trained to interact with the victims of abuse and vulnerable children, helping to identify those that need help.
At the Aletuke Community Care Centre, Nyenyane plans to establish an Information Centre.
Nyenyane says he applied for the CtW programme in order to help his community.
He says: “Helping a community to make use of technology to advance themselves is key and would really help make a difference.”