GeoJozi bounty is open for developers who can help with maintaining location-based data within the city.
JCSE’s annual Skills Survey reveals what the SA IT landscape looks like (hint, it’s still white and male).
JCSE to put media companies in the heart of Tshimologong Precinct.
An academic post at WITS has been created to help startups and enterprise understand Africa’s digital economy.
The survey is already open and is scheduled to be released in May this year.
The view isn’t to be sneezed at either.
A total of R5 million worth of prizes was distributed among all ten Hack Jozi startups last night.
The Hack Jozi winner will be crowned next week Wednesday.
Progress is being made on the ambitious Tshimologong precinct, and a new partnership opens doors for Joburg entrepreneurs.
Ten years on and there is much to do as JCSE ICT Industry endeavours.
Massive investment in new Research Africa lab will bolster jobs and innovation in downtown Joburg.
“Government approach to tech has failed South Africa” – JCSE Skills’ report highlights shortages of IT talent
Looking for a job? Cloud computing and big data are most in-demand areas for prospective employees.
Global Startup Labs hits Joburg’s Tshimologong Precinct with a noon-to-noon hack fest.
Meet the brains behind the uber-festival planned for Joburg this spring.
Daniel Vacanti explains why the Kanban technique can help any startup.
Wits’ annual assessment of the state of IT is underway – here’s how to let your voice be heard.
Businesses are invited to attend the JCSE Data and Analytics event.
JCSE’s Agile Africa Conference coming to Johannesburg