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Mar 9, 2021

Africa Teen Geeks celebrates International Day of Mathematics

The organisation has partnered with the University of Johannesburg, Northcliff Rotary Club and UNICEF to honour the International Day of Mathematics later this month.


Africa Teen Geeks continues to equalise access to quality education

In partnership with Apodytes and Unicef South Africa, the company is running free holiday coding and robotics classes from 4-22 January.

Dec 7, 2020

Public Sector Forum: Why we’re still failing women in tech

Some of government’s most promising solutions to the pandemic have come from young women in ICT.

Sep 22, 2020

Africa Teen Geeks founder receives global recognition

Lindiwe Matlali is among 23 international change-makers honoured for their work in advancing social innovation. 


STEM Lockdown Digital School begins today

Africa Teen Geeks, in partnership with the Department of Basic Education, kick-starts its STEM Lockdown Digital School across social media platforms today.


Back to school: Robotics, coding curriculum pushed back

The education department stalls on coding and robotics curriculum, planning to kick-start the pilot only at the beginning of the second term.

Dec 12, 2019

Africa Teen Geeks founder scoops German IT Award

Lindiwe Matlali has become the first African to win Germany’s Digital Female Leader Award.

Jun 20, 2019

Girl Geek Summit promises girl power

Africa Teen Geeks will host its inaugural Girl Geek Summit, inspiring 100 high school girls from disadvantaged communities to pursue STEM careers.


Local pupils to participate in Silicon Valley hackathon

Ten high school students were selected to take part in the contest organised by Symantec, UNODC and Africa Teen Geeks.


It's time to introduce coding in schools, says govt

The state considers implementing coding in schools to develop skills and future-proof the careers of young South Africans.

Jun 5, 2018

Mechatronics, coding and robotics initiative for schools

Africa Teen Geeks and the Gauteng education department will introduce these skills in Tshwane schools from January 2019.

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