New protocol for quantum computers tackles noise issue
Researchers develop a protocol that will help deal with the issue of noise in quantum computers so that they can handle more complex problems.
Prof Vilakazi looks to build high-tech start-up ecosystem around Wits
The new Wits vice-chancellor’s dream is to create a local version of the Massachusetts Institute of Technology at the University of Witwatersrand.
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.
MTN demands R1.5m from employees looking to own stores
Analysts question why MTN is failing to support employees with the necessary funding to take over stores if they seek to empower them.
IBM, Wits partner to accelerate quantum computing in Africa
The computing company is collaborating with the University of the Witwatersrand to explore quantum computing use cases.
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.
#SA4IR to help SA master fourth industrial revolution
Telkom and three local universities establish the #SA4IR partnership to explore how the fourth industrial revolution will shape SA's future.