Training and e-Learning

Talking African tech investment needs

Investors looking to spend money in Africa would do well to consider key sectors such as future workforce development, edutech and agritech.


The future of skills in Africa

For Bank Zero founding member Mo Hassem, the time is now to create the skills we will need for the future and it all starts with rethinking education.


Digital transformation drives cyber security evolution

Education and internal training has to be the first and most fundamental part of any cyber security strategy, says Colin Thornton, MD of Turrito Networks.


AppCentrix donates laptops to Gauteng schools

The company has donated 160 laptops to schools in Gauteng this month as part of its socio-economic development programme.


SqwidNet University Challenge seeks IOT ideas

The competition aims to challenge university students to develop innovative projects aimed at solving real-world problems, using IOT technology.


Improving women's access to high-value tech careers

BBD is partnering with Umuzi to support 18 previously unemployed or under-employed women to become junior full-stack Web developers.


SqwidNet challenges students to embrace IOT

The aim of the IoT SA University Challenge is to get university students to solve real-world challenges using the Internet of things.


Tech education start-up targets Free State schools

The Closed-loop Learner Network promises to place 20 000 fully-resourced e-learning tablets in the hands of Free State learners this year.

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SA develops coding, robotics curricula for Grade R-9

The curricula, set to be implemented next year, will prepare learners for the fourth industrial revolution.


Artificial intelligence bootcamp heads to Mitchells Plain

The Kgalema Motlanthe Foundation will kick-start its nationwide artificial intelligence bootcamp for girls in Mitchells Plain, Cape Town.


Google introduces Womenwill in SA

The global initiative aims to equip South African women with digital literacy, entrepreneurship and leadership skills.