Today the Tshimologong Precinct officially opens its doors. Here’s what anyone heading down to the tech hub can expect.
Grade 11 learners in no-fee paying township schools across Gauteng will have to wait a bit longer to receive their free tablets this year.
The Innovation and Experience Centre will train 1 000 ICT professionals over the next five years.
Waverley Girls’ High School in Johannesburg was recently kitted out with a brand new Dell solar-power ICT hub to provide reliable connectivity to learners.
Government’s budgetary failures for ICT projects amount to R239 billion, the DA said.
This tertiary educational institute is helping deaf students break into the world of IT with its revolutionary tech programme.
If only more educators in South Africa could be like Shila Mphahele.
Warren Sparrow proves you don’t need big money to make a positive impact on learning through tech.
Learners from Gauteng, Mpumalanga and the Northern Cape will be taking part in the October VackWork Program.
A new tech institution aims to eliminate the IT skills gap in South Africa with a free, two-year course in software engineering.
Apparently intensive teacher-student interaction and a solid grounding in maths and science is far more beneficial.
There’s been a lot spent on ICT in South Africa, but it possibly won’t be enough to reach government’s targets.
The free guide includes chapters on communicating in ways that challenge gender stereotypes using ICT and more.
The SA ICT Awards are back after being gone for six years.
The Awards is the only one of its kind in South Africa.
60 youths from in and around Pretoria came together to learn about ICT and create their own new companies.
Alex Development Centre and Intel She Will Connect aiming to skill-up 200 women in one month.
University and High School learners are benefiting from a focus on youth and local app development by Microsoft SA.