POPIA thoughts and perspectives… 10 months in
Ensuring POPIA compliance during an M&A transaction may require some upfront planning.
DBE finally makes e-education blueprint a reality
The basic education department spearheads rollout of ICT as part of its 2004 white paper on e-education.
Minister banks on ICT to reboot education system
As Vodacom hands over a virtual classroom solution, minister Angie Motshekga outlines a system reboot.
Gauteng sets aside funds for coding, robotics pilot
Premier David Makhura outlines the province’s coding and robotics pilot programme, to upskill public school learners.
Framework for public online schools in the works
The basic education department confirms a draft framework to establish online public schools has been developed.
Education department targets laptop for every teacher
Education minister Angie Motshekga wants to put a laptop in every teacher’s hands in the next five years.
MTN Online School helps thousands of learners catch up
The telco adds new tools and ups access to educational content, as its virtual school reaches 24 000 users.
Gaps in SA schooling system see spike in bogus online schools
South Africa’s critical shortage of learning institutions and cracks in regulations result in a spike in the number of unregistered online colleges and schools.
Class of 2021 maths results improve, science slumps
The 2021 matric exam results show a mixed bag for the two subjects considered to be the key building blocks for entry into the ICT sector.
Accessing education tools through Huawei Petal Search
With Huawei Petal Search, learners can quickly find the numerous zero-rated e-learning websites available.
Matric results to go public, High Court judge rules
The Pretoria High Court rules the 2021 matric results must be published on all media platforms, reversing the education department’s earlier decision.