Following its latest Digital Skills Report, Coursera is partnering with NEMISA to give those in need to online courses better access.
After helping 300 000 South Africans get access to digital skills, Microsoft SA is extending its initiative, targeting a further 50 000.
The Women Techsters initiative will launch in five countries across Africa, with a view to train five million women in digital skills by 2030.
A partnership between SAPCO, the Department of Higher Education and Huawei has led to the opening of 33 ICT academies at TVET colleges across SA.
The grant forms part of Microsoft’s global initiative to develop more digital skills, with 83 000 South Africans benefitting from the initiative already.
Following last week’s webinar, we asked Microsoft SA a few more questions on how it plans to deliver on its global digital skills initiative locally.
We look at Microsoft’s new global skills initiative, the social engineering that led to a Twitter hack, and the impressive Ghost of Tsushima in this week’s africast.
Following its global skills initiative announcement at the end of June, Microsoft SA has unpacked what will be happening locally to deliver on the objectives.
50 Local professionals expanded their fields with topics such as mobile development and data science.
The project is aiming to train 4 000 women between now and the end of the year.
Liquid Telecom’s chief HR officer, Rebecca Mosehle, explains why digital skills will need to be complemented by soft skills to make 4IR work locally.
At Liquid Telecom’s recent African Digital Skills presentation, the firm talked up the value of its free online training platform.
Through it’s Networking Academy Program, Cisco plans to give one million Africans digital skills training.
My Future 4.0 Summit wants to expose pupils to careers that don’t yet exist, with their expo showcasing a range of options.
Absa and Digital Academy have developed a six month internship programme for South African Youth to boost the much needed digital skills.
Government has given a thumbs up to the iKamva e-skills institute bill, that will see unemployed youth of South Africa digital skills.
The I-CAN centre is making a significant impact in improving access to opportunities.
The Daily Show host wants to equip school pupils with digital skills and more with the launch of the Trevor Noah Foundation.