For Mandela Month, GirlCode is asking local organisations to donate notebooks in order to help young female learners to get into coding.
UCT is billing the Online High School as being the most affordable private school in the country, with students set to arrive next year.
With applications closing on 23rd July, Huawei is calling on local students to apply for the 2021 Seeds for the Future programme.
Having completed a 12-week long cloud skills course, the re/Start programme is now looking for employers to connect with recent graduates.
Unisa once again asks that only the official myLife emails are used in most circumstances.
An EIU report sponsored by Ericsson finds that nations with low broadband have potential to increase in GDP by 20% by connecting schools.
Students will need to wait on an SMS before collecting certificates on campus.
Following a mishap at its Gqeberha production site, Aspen will secure 300 000 Johnson & Johnson COVID-19 vaccines for South African teachers.
Designed as a forum for quantum scientists from different fields to connect, collaborate and innovate, the WitsQ site is now live.
Following its latest Digital Skills Report, Coursera is partnering with NEMISA to give those in need to online courses better access.
After back to back triple delays Unisa pushes the boundaries with a fourth.
Applications for Explore’s six and 12-month online data science and data engineering courses are now open, with courses beginning 12th July.
Kaspersky and Skill Cup have partnered up to help the younger generation get a grip on cybersecurity.
With help from Bridge and HMD, students at Forge Academy created a guidebot that uses AR and we might see it in the wild.
With entries closing on 5th August, the Ericsson Innovation Awards 2021 will look for students who are trying to bride the digital divide.
Before we can teach learners about Coding and Robotics, we need to insure our teachers are equipped to do the job.
For the third time first semester assignments for Unisa have been delayed.
The newly announced partnership will see 100 South African young graduates receive 5G training to equip them with vital skills and insights.