Mr Ledwaba was appointed to the ICT Council from February 2020. He is the Chairperson of the Gauteng Provincial Executive of the Professional Blacks in Information & Communication Technology (PBICT) and has more than 12 years of experience in the ICT sector. His roles include: promoting the 4th industrial revolution within schools and events, adjudicating ICT development programs within hackathons and innovation summits, advising government on ICT policy, and advocating for inclusion of black SMMEs in the ICT Sector.
Mr Ledwaba also served as an advisory member of the State Information Technology Agency (SITA) Industry Transformation Unit with an aim of increasing the number of black SMMEs participating in overall government ICT spending; to strengthen the ICT standards, security and policies governing the ICT infrastructure of government and ensure that such do not create barriers to opportunity access for Black SMMEs; to create programmes which are aimed at training, supporting and developing SMMEs so that they have the capacity to participate in opportunities presented by government and the private sector in the ICT sector.
Mr Ledwaba also served on the CSIR Internet for All infrastructure working group, guiding Government on policy implementation for internet in underserviced areas, 5G implementation, ICT and SA Connect infrastructure rollout. His aim was to ensure that SMMEs participate in the value chain of rolling out connectivity throughout the country
Mr Ledwaba is a System Engineer by profession with Dell Technologies, where he is a trusted technology advisor, makes technical and sales presentations to technical staff and top management, develops and executes strategic initiatives, anticipates technology and/or market trends and provides guidance.
. Mr Ledwaba has a Diploma in Project management, a Diploma in Business Analysis, a Certificate in System Engineering and international certificates in cloud, datacentre and architecture and he is currently studying BCOM Information Technology Management.