University of Pretoria opens Engineering 4.0 campus
Africa’s first Engineering 4.0 facility will focus on research projects conducted on South Africa’s smart transport, smart cities and smart infrastructure.
Legal professionals benefit from valuable Sabinet sponsorships
Over the past year, Sabinet has committed more than R6 million in sponsorships to several initiatives in a bid to uplift and support law students and members of the legal profession.
Software upskilling programme interns ready for job market
The first cohort of the App Factory Internship Programme graduates, and Samsung SA and Tshimologong look ahead to next year’s participants in the training initiative.
Private sector must come to the party to take SA’s growth plan forward
Technology is a critical tool in democratising learning in SA, especially with the inequalities in our education system, writes Grant Bodley, CEO of Dimension Data.
Experts on Demand can help educational institutions
Experts on Demand can help with the sourcing of candidates and screening of applicants for positions at educational institutions across SA, says Theresa Ackerman, manager of operational excellence at T-Systems South Africa.
NSFAS to hand over COVID-19 relief laptops next year
Higher education, science and innovation minister Dr Blade Nzimande apologises to the intended recipients, saying the holdup is regrettable.
SA’s ‘Harvard’ for the fourth industrial revolution opens
Forge Academy, powered by Finnish telecoms giant Nokia, opens its artificial intelligence lab in SA, promising to help fill the gaps in critical skills training.