LinkedIn sees double-digit growth in SA
The networking platform attributes its growth to rising internet penetration and the new features introduced quarterly.
Blow to ICASA as CEO Willington Ngwepe departs
CEO Willington Ngwepe resigns, one month after chairperson Keabetswe Modimoeng called it quits.
SA’s data centre industry sees gender pay gap narrowing
While gender inequality issues persist in the ICT sector, the local data centre industry sees an increase in the number of women taking up technical roles.
Why technology can be a woman’s thing
Commvault's Women in Technology employee resource group is growing in influence and popularity, says senior regional director Kate Mollett.
Sabinet proudly supports equal rights for women in the workplace
Sabinet says 63% of the company’s leadership roles are currently filled by women.
Nominations open for IT personality, visionary CIO
The Institute of Information Technology Professionals South Africa opens nominations for the 2022 President’s Awards.
Call centre opportunity for unemployed youth
Cape Town places 16 young people in its call centre, in the hopes they will be absorbed by the BPO sector.
CSIR Career Day inspires learners to study STEM fields
The annual event exposed school pupils to opportunities in science, technology, engineering and mathematics.
Edutech firm begins girls in STEM campaign
The MathsGee initiative seeks suggestions on how SA can get girls to thrive in STEM subjects and careers.
Inspired Academy builds better futures with test automation training week
The week of in-person test automation courses will take place in Johannesburg and Cape Town from 26-30 September.
UCT online high school intros Adult Matric Programme
The University of Cape Town initiative allows participants to enrol online, on a part-time or full-time basis.