Duduzile is an experienced executive with a history of working in the public sector and telecommunications. She is skilled in Analytical Skills, Strategy and Public Speaking. A professional with a Master’s degree focused in Public Policy Analysis from Université Montpellier I. She has served as the Chief executive officer of Project Isizwe in scaling strategies that led to the increased roll out and organizational footprint of public Wi-Fi in 7 Provinces, securing grant funding for TV White Space connectivity feasibility projects worth over $800 000. She has led negotiations to successful contractual handover of the biggest municipal Wi-Fi in Tshwane. She has led initiatives to Identify and successfully land sponsorship of public Wi-Fi in the Free State and in Bushbuckridge that led to over 4000 people connected to the internet. Duduzile has been an African School of Internet Governance (AFRISIG18) fellow. She is currently a non-Executive Director of Fiam Wireless (Nigeria) and an advisory Board Member of Girl Code (South Africa).