MICT SETA spearheads formal training for 4IR in SA
The introduction of the fourth industrial revolution future skills qualifications is a milestone for the country and the training authority, says MICT SETA.
Spectrum stalemate jeopardises SA’s growth, warn analysts
Given the slow pace of economic development, it’s in the country’s best interests to accelerate spectrum allocation, say analysts and industry players.
SA's 'Harvard for 4IR' offers upskilling internships
Forge Academy offers internships to 33 young South Africans to grow their digital skillsets and prepare them for employment in the digital age.
Mancosa’s new digital tech school looks beyond 4IR skills
The higher learning institution unveils the School of Information and Digital Technology, to address corporates’ high demand for digital skills.
Calls for SA to introduce digital ID programme
Collaboration by all parties and stakeholders involved is fundamental to the success of a digital identity initiative in SA, says a new report.
Sizwe Africa IT Group, Huawei make the cloud journey less daunting
Sizwe Africa IT Group holds more than 70 Huawei Cloud security certifications, which demonstrates the company’s commitment to providing clients with secure ICT solutions.
The era of digital revolution in the world of employment
There is a pressing need to educate the workforce on the impact of 4IR on both their personal and work environments, says CTU Training Solutions.
UJ makes free AI, 4IR online courses available
Members of the public now have the opportunity to enrol, free of charge, in either or both of the online courses offered by the University of Johannesburg.
Binary Innovative Technology Solutions partners for growth
The company has teamed up with Hitachi Vantara and Networks Unlimited in a bid to support its growth, 4IR and Africa business strategies.
The future of energy
Many businesses want to go off-grid, but don’t know where to start on their alternative energy journeys.
Fourth industrial revolution requires more fitting definition
The fourth industrial revolution should be seen as an evolution of technological transformation, rather than revolutionary change, advises professor Barry Dwolatzky.