Training and e-Learning

IBM, Wits partner to accelerate quantum computing in Africa

The computing company is collaborating with the University of the Witwatersrand to explore quantum computing use cases.


In2IT bolsters education, addresses gender-based violence

Together with MADA, the company has invited learners from the Boys2Men initiative to participate in a week-long programme.


Artificial intelligence bootcamp heads to Khayelitsha

The Kgalema Motlanthe Foundation brings learning opportunities to the youth of Cape Town, giving them a glimpse of what the future of work may look like.


ITR Technology expands digital footprint into Africa

Starting in Namibia and Mozambique, the company will service ManageEngine software while transferring skills to business partners and end-users.


Top 15 young geeks announced

Geekulcha names the top young geeks helping to develop the country’s tech capacity. 


SA millennials fear impact of Industry 4.0 on jobs

A Deloitte study shows South African millennials are pessimistic and uneasy about their future career prospects.


Evaluating artificial education

Artificial intelligence can potentially transform the fundamentals of education and how people think in the future, says Phathizwe Malinga, MD of SqwidNet.


ZTE helps SA cultivate telecoms talent

The company donated more than R1 million to Wits University's telecommunications scholarship.

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University of Pretoria employs Watson-powered robotic librarian

The varsity deploys the first client service robot known to be in use in any university library in Africa.


GTconsult’s code:RED – InfoSec Briefing 2019: Call for papers

As the theme of this year's code:RED is awareness, GTconsult wants to educate the public on the risks and dangers out there.


Sybrin, Belgium Campus: Harnessing the power of partnerships

Sybrin has hired 13 new graduates from The Belgium Campus this year, with the aim of training and employing them in various technical roles within the company.