Corporate Social Investment

Corporate Social Investment

At MiWay we’re passionate about helping South Africans realise their full potential. Getting involved with, investing in, helping and supporting communities go hand-in-hand with the core values of our business, which is why we make a habit of giving of our time and resources to uplifting communities through projects that make a difference...

MiWay’s MiHeart Project

The MiHeart Project is a CSI initiative aimed at helping leaners in local schools move further up the education ladder. The initiative supports educational programmes – specifically computer literacy.

The project focuses on computer literacy because it is the global language of the workplace and a vital tool for success in today’s high-tech world. With MiWay’s MiHeart Project, more than 4,000 students now have access to computer laboratories – fully installed with internet facilities. Schools that will benefit from this initiative include Moletsane Secondary and Protea Glen Secondary Schools in Soweto; Maphutha Secondary School in Tembisa and Harmony Primary School in Lenasia.

Read more about our "Men in the Making" project.

Our Vision

The MiHeart Project will empower children by giving them the freedom to achieve the type of education that they need to create a brighter future for themselves as well as their families and communities.

Our main goal is to eliminate the high levels of computer illiteracy in South Africa, starting in the Gauteng region, so that learners are able to access better opportunities in the future.

We hope that by helping uplift children during this sensitive phase of development – the foundation upon which all future education relies – will make a lifelong positive impact.

Staff Volunteerism

The staff of MiWay play a vital role in the general up-keep and educational assistance at the schools.  Staff programmes are in place whereby they will assist with computer literacy lessons, talks on internet dangers and lessons on how to produce a great curriculum vitae, especially for leaners nearing the end of their high school careers.