Training and e-Learning

Gauteng education kicks off 2020 online admissions

Gauteng education's online registrations for grades one and eight commence today, as the department prepares for learners for the 2020 academic year.


Stellenbosch University accelerates digital transformation

The institution kicks off a process to overhaul its ageing systems, marking its single biggest IT system implementation in 100 years.


Inside Fujilfilm's African innovation centre

Fujifilm SA opens the doors of its African innovation centre, showcasing some of the company's tech-driven solutions in the medical space.


Cyber fraudsters can solve security skills puzzle

What organisations can learn from cyber criminals to close the security skills gap and reverse the brain drain.


Government-led data science programme gets into gear

Government takes the first steps towards building a capable fourth industrial revolution army, as it readies to train a million young people in data science and related skills by 2030.


IITPSA adds digital verification for members

The ICT industry body makes it easy for members to embed a digital qualification badge in their online profiles to confirm their credentials in real-time.


2020 online learner registrations postponed

The Gauteng education department moves the opening of the grade one and eight learner admissions site to 20 May.

10 May

CEOs eye digital skills for all execs

Global CEOs list tech-savvy executives as one of their top business priorities of a digital society.


Altron Bytes, SAP in Industry 4.0 skills deal

The companies sign a deal to future-skill South Africans and Africans with fourth industrial revolution skills.


BEE and the moral dilemma

Implementing learnerships should never be an exercise in box-ticking.


Tech Leaders Camp introduces teens to robotics

The University of Cape Town partners with CodeSpace Academy to offer high school pupils a one-week intensive holiday coding programme.