Training and e-Learning
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LIASA 2019: Makhanda librarian wins Sabinet-sponsored award

Vuyokazi Jamieson won the the LIASA Librarian of the Year 2019 Second Runner-Up Award.

4:00

Google boosts free WiFi access for Cape Town

The company commits to connect SA’s underserved communities, with Cape Town the beneficiary of Google Station.

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Wednesday

E-learning policy flaws hinder tech value in classrooms

Edtech policies fail to fulfil their promise to enhance teaching and learning in classrooms across the globe.

2:50

Cashless schools – five talking points from 2019

In a world where physical cash is becoming scarce, the d6 Cashless School initiative teaches learners that the tap of a card or wristband still has monetary consequences.

2:40

Struggle to find placement for grade 1, 8 learners

Gauteng education forced to extend admission placement period to ensure 34 553 learners are put in schools ahead of the 2020 academic year.

2:30

Govt, Microsoft launch digital lab for black industrialists

The project will help create value for black-owned businesses and assist them to maintain a competitive advantage in a digital-first world.

4:40

SA’s answer to 4IR will be shaped by proactive policy development

While AI is a potential driver of future employment, this is hindered by government’s reactionary approach to developing policy that speaks to the adoption of new tech.

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SA must get ready for the rise of hybrid jobs

Hybridisation is the next workforce frontier, as companies seek professionals with specialised cross-industry skills to spur innovation, says trends analyst Dion Chang.

2:20

Mastercard Foundation seeks innovative edtech start-ups

Edtech start-ups from across Africa are invited to submit solutions aimed at improving access to quality education.

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What to look for at AfricaCom

With two weeks to go to AfricaCom 2019, here are the highlights of the key topics on the agenda.

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DCDT, Huawei partner for women’s skills development

Huawei SA will deliver a tailor-made 5G course to the Department of Communications and Digital Technologies' female staff.