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Digital Geekaship introduces online software development training

Classes will be delivered virtually via an online learning management system and online mentoring, the company says.

Crimson brings Ivy League varsity prospects to SA

The $22m education consultancy firm is giving learners in SA the chance to study at top universities around the world.

Vodacom launches 'future jobs' portal


The telco is aiming to help 600 000 young people in SA to learn skills for the digital jobs of the future.

Redstor supports school for international choir competition

The company is sponsoring backpacks for the Laerskool Kruinsig choir, which will compete in the World Choir Games later this year.

MICT SETA CEO, top managers suspended

16 Mar

The chief executive, Oupa Mopaki, and three other managers put on precautionary suspension following allegations of corruption.

Technology and education: why outsourcing IT makes sense

Schools of any size and sector can enjoy the benefits of IT just as companies do: without the cost burden, management headaches or legacy.

Enterprise blockchain training on SUSE Linux

Tymlez provides an easy-to-use blockchain architecture, SUSE provides a robust CAAS platform and Jumping Bean provides training, says Jumping Bean.

Huge opportunity for cyber security professionals

14 Mar

Two cyber security certifications available through Jumping Bean are EC-Council Certified Security Analyst and Certified Ethical Hacker.

Internship programme to train students in open source

This will give graduates Linux, cloud computing and IT security skills - helping to close the ICT skills gap in SA.

Microsoft debuts a security masterclass

This will be held on 26 March from 8am to 4pm at Microsoft Johannesburg, 3012 William Nicol Dr, Bryanston.

Free 10-week course to upskill women in tech

The Top Tech Tools for Women in Business course starts in Cape Town on 4 April.

Woman remain underrepresented in the ICT field

8 Mar

SA lags behind in terms of promoting women in the sector, says Women in Tech SA's Robyn Farah.

UCT partners with German institute to drive renewables

The institutions will collaborate closely on activities to accelerate progress in hydrogen and fuel cell technology.