Training and e-Learning

MTN, ZTE help survivors of gender-based violence

These companies partnered to build a 20-seater multimedia centre at the Saartjie Baartman Centre for Women and Children, in Athlone.


Pupils win big at Youth Entrepreneurship Awards

Youth development programme Step Up 2 A Start Up awards young scholars over R2.5 million in prizes for their digital innovations.


ZTE sponsors IT studies for five female students

The company is sponsoring five female black students to study for three- to four-year IT degrees at the University of the Witwatersrand.


Kyocera addresses industry skills shortage

Kyocera Document Solutions SA hosted its 12th Potters House Graduation ceremony, announcing its support for the Potters House Training Centre.


Obtaining a qualification and how to fund it

Money spent on furthering your education and improving your knowledge and skills should be regarded as an investment, but finding the funding can prove problematic.


CodeJIKA wants 20% of schools to teach coding by 2020

CodeJIKA wants one million young South Africans to try their hand at coding this week for international Computer Science Education Week.

3 Dec

Google, UNAIDS tackle HIV through VR films

Google, in partnership with local NGOs, commits R800 000 towards the development of virtual reality educational films, to combat the scourge of HIV/AIDS.


d6 group more than just a communicator

The d6 group understands the education space, and with its d6+ software solutions, assists schools to become more effective, it says.


WCape on course to connect 6.6m residents

The provincial government inks a deal with Liquid Telecom SA to boost free public WiFi hotspots from 178 to 1 600.


Young SA researchers head to France

Amy-Lee Visagie and Chrislin de Koker's research into astronomy tourism helps secure their participation in an international conference in France.

29 Nov

jp.ik leads journey in tech for education

The Portuguese company has implemented more than 20 large-scale ICT education projects.