Tshimologong Precinct
Apr 11, 2019

SAP Next-Gen brings 'Women in Data Science' to SA

The global Stanford University-led data science initiative comes to SA, aiming to guide and support female data scientists.


Tshimologong, Conlog offer blockchain incubation

The intensive programme invites aspiring software developers and technologists to create blockchain-based smart city innovations.

Jan 21, 2019

Partnership to equip 5 000 youth with digital skills

Several organisations in SA's digital industries have come together to create employment for youth.

Dec 13, 2018

Tshimologong, SAP bring Startup Guide to Joburg

The global start-up invites entrepreneurs to be featured in the Startup Guide Johannesburg book.

Nov 1, 2018

Cisco injects R10m into SMME incubation centre

The centre will provide 30 tech SMMEs with Cisco technologies, and training and development programmes annually.


Matrics outshine graduates in Explore Data Science programme

The country's first data science-focused institution results reveal matriculants outperformed those with a tertiary qualification.

Sep 12, 2018

IBM, Tshimologong support digital start-ups

A six-week accelerator programme aims to help entrepreneurs address challenges relating to skills and resources within their start-ups.


The future of skills depends on company boards

We aren't developing technology-savvy leaders or technology skills nearly as fast and broadly as we require, says Gary de Menezes, Country General Manager for Sub-Saharan Africa at Micro Focus.


New CEO for Tshimologong Precinct

Lesley Donna Williams has been appointed as the new CEO of the Wits Tshimologong Digital Innovation Precinct.?


Wits Origins Centre opens VR experience

The Origins Centre at Wits University now lets visitors explore ancient African history using virtual reality.

May 22, 2017

Gauteng promotes innovation, entrepreneurship

The provincial government unveils the Maxum Digital Hub to encourage participation of young entrepreneurs in the digital economy.


Big plans ahead for Tshimologong Precinct

Professor Barry Barry Dwolatzky predicts 2017 will be an exciting year for the Braamfontein-based digital innovation hub.

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