Another SA education institution ventures into online schooling
Private school Woodridge College launches online school Woodridge Connect, becoming the latest entrant in SA’s burgeoning online learning space.
Join IITPSA’s WIIT to learn work-from-home power moves this Women’s Month
Women in IT (WIIT), a chapter of the Institute of Information Technology Professionals South Africa (IITPSA), will host a special Women’s Month event on Friday, 20 August from 11:30am – 1pm.
IITPSA welcomes SARS moves to harness big data, AI for tax collection
The South African Revenue Service plans to use big data analytics and artificial intelligence to improve revenue collection and locate tax evaders.
Ethical behaviour in software development
On an organisational level, Codes of Ethics need to give voice to an organisation’s values and inform ethical decision-making, says BBD.
Failure to patch and update software a noteworthy fail, says IITPSA
The Institute of Information Technology Professionals South Africa was responding to recent breaches and glitches caused by organisations failing to keep software appropriately patched and updated.
IITPSA has IP3 accreditation renewed
The Institute of Information Technology Professionals South Africa is set to align its Code of Conduct with the IFIP Code of Ethics.
Online learning must be central to SA’s future education system
Industry experts weigh in on SA’s education system, advising stakeholders to consider blended models of teaching and learning as the pandemic continues.
Tech sector’s gender inequality status quo demands disruption
Gender disparity still plagues many ICT firms, with men earning higher salaries than women and to some extent, still being considered as better leaders.
COVID-19 crisis fast-tracks demand for software, data science skills
The pandemic has propelled IT skills demand, as local companies increasingly hire software developers, data warehouse experts and IT support technicians.
Coronavirus pandemic will be defining moment for the Internet
The Internet shows its prowess, becoming of greater and pivotal assistance as COVID-19 poses an increasing threat to the world’s health and productivity.
South African students sign up for online high school
Global online high school, Valenture Institute, takes its first cohort of South African pupils, receiving an unexpectedly high number of registrations.