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 Universit√© 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).