GirlCode, AWS team up to foster female talent in tech
The non-profit ICT organisation and the cloud computing giant once again join forces to upskill 30 unemployed young women on cloud computing.
SA firms invest in empowering future women leaders in tech
In light of International Girls in ICT Day, LG South Africa, Huawei South Africa and GirlCode commit to train more South African girls in STEM-related skills.
IT personality, visionary CIOs of 2020 revealed
Livestock Wealth’s Ntuthuko Shezi, Assupol’s Nomthi Nelwamondo and Wits University's Stanley Mpofu scooped the top accolades at the 2020 IITPSA President's Awards.
Comms minister puts hackathons at core of creating ‘4IR army’
Government must show confidence in the solutions young South Africans are producing, to boost the culture of innovation, says minister Stella Ndabeni-Abrahams.
GirlCode and Deloitte partner to host Virtual Career Day
GirlCode will be hosting a Virtual Career Day for female university students on 8 March.
GirlCode appoints ICT heavyweights as board members
The non-profit ICT organisation appoints seven new board members, who will provide strategic oversight and guidance.
GirlCode hosts virtual hackathon to find COVID-19 solutions
GirlCode’s first virtual hackathon will challenge female coders to develop local solutions to the global coronavirus crisis.
Brainstorm/BCX Women in Tech Forum meets again
The sixth edition of the BCX Women in Tech Forum, in association with ITWeb Brainstorm, promises to be a platform for women to share insights regarding ICT leadership.
#GirlCodeHack seeks female hackers
The non-profit ICT skills development organisation collaborates with Amazon Web Services and Ericsson to introduce the GirlCode Hackathon in August.
Lightbulbs' farming solution wins GirlCodeHack
The winning team will be flown to Amsterdam, to attend the European Women in Tech conference.
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.