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Sep 30, 2019

Tech change drivers to push economic growth in MICT sector

Professor Barry Dwolatzky outlines the key tech trends expected to significantly contribute to economic growth in the media and ICT sector.

Sep 26, 2019

SA economy in ‘deep trouble’ amid widening ICT skills gap

There remains a chronic shortage of crucial ICT skills required to propel SA’s economy, despite the hype around the fourth industrial revolution, reveals the latest IITPSA Skills Survey.


Access to market a major challenge for SMMEs

Professor Barry Dwolatzky, director of the JCSE, will discuss SMME development at Experience Micro Focus Universe 2018 this week.


Tshimologong gets R15m funding for content hub

The Johannesburg-based digital innovation precinct receives funding from two French institutes to launch a digital content hub.

Oct 25, 2017

African innovation hubs, the next weekend hangouts

TransUnion CEO Lee Naik discusses the eclipse of corporate innovation models in favour of the disruptive "Grand Geek" approach.


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 19, 2017

Wits to host MIT start-up course

The intensive programme begins next month and provides teams the opportunity to learn the process of innovating and building a tech start-up.

Feb 14, 2017

Call to help disabled students navigate Wits

The university is holding a competition for developers and entrepreneurs to design innovative systems to help students with visual and physical disabilities independently navigate the campus.


Big plans ahead for Tshimologong Precinct

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

Jan 23, 2017

Digitalisation into the future

As technology connects people with things, businesses must use these advances in a meaningful way.


IT Personality, Visionary CIO upbeat about SA's tech future

Adapt IT's Sbu Shabalala and FNB's Peter Alkema believe they can use their influence to drive the local IT industry forward.

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