TuksNovation partners French institution to accelerate start-ups
The University of Pretoria expands its partnership with French-based Institut Mines-Télécom, to incubate technology start-ups.
A 2021 vision for cyber security
We can choose to use our experiences from 2020 to secure our organisations and future, or miss another opportunity to contribute to building a safer digital world.
University of Pretoria prof wins big science, tech prize
The African Academy of Sciences names professor Daniël Christiaan de Wet Swanepoel winner of the Obasanjo Prize, an honour for African scientists and innovators.
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.
BI and analytics implementation success: Why context is king
To choose the most appropriate interventions to plan, resource, execute and achieve greater success with BI and analytics implementations, be context-sensitive.
SA education transforms with AWS
AWS, in collaboration with ITWeb, will explore trends and opportunities to drive transformation through cloud technology in a webinar, on 3 September.
UP alumni, postgraduate students launch digital school
University of Pretoria’s postgraduate students and Wits researchers develop Wingu Academy to support schools, tutoring centres and home-schoolers.
University of Pretoria, CSIR to accelerate smart cities initiatives
The partnership agreement will see the CSIR and University of Pretoria work on the development of SA’s smart transport and smart cities projects.
Lockdown diary: Adrian van Eeden, Gordon Institute of Business Science
The Gordon Institute of Business Science’s students had to overcome many e-learning challenges during the lockdown, says CIO Adrian van Eeden.
Student body, lecturers oppose e-learning approach, demand halt
University representatives put mounting pressure on government to delay e-learning, claiming the digital divide robs many students of a fair and equal learning opportunity.
University of Pretoria prof urges govt to improve Internet density
Professor Tawana Kupe says decision-makers need to be proactive, future-oriented and put in place a communications policy and the necessary regulatory frameworks.