Struggle to fill thousands of ICT vacancies persists in SA
While the local ICT sector has adapted to the changes caused by the pandemic, the industry continues to struggle to fill tens of thousands of ICT vacancies.
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.
2021 Nkgwete IT Solutions celebrates intern graduation
Nkgwete IT Solutions, together with the South African Council of Graduates and MICT SETA, celebrated graduates of the Nkgwete Internship Programme during a graduation event.
BREAKING: MICT SETA CEO placed on precautionary suspension
Without giving many details, the organisation says Mdu Zakwe has been placed on precautionary suspension pending “a recent investigation”.
Local workforce must be reskilled for digital economy
The lack of digital technology awareness hampers digital transformation in some provinces, says a MICT SETA board member.
Fired MICT SETA CEO in more trouble, Hawks circling
Public protector Busisiwe Mkhwebane’s investigation reveals how the ousted Oupa Mopaki allegedly channelled millions to a company owned by his nephew.
Comms minister engages 4IR skills programme students
Stella Ndabeni-Abrahams conducts an oversight visit to various Gauteng facilities where over 500 students are being trained.
Government-led data science programme gets into gear
Government takes the first steps towards building a capable fourth industrial revolution army, as it readies to train a million young people in data science and related skills by 2030.
New MICT SETA CEO to overhaul corruption-tainted entity
Mdu Zakwe, who was appointed on 1 April, introduces a raft of controls to restore confidence at the MICT Sector Education and Training Authority.
MICT SETA quietly fires CEO
The ICT sector training authority reportedly gets rid of Oupa Mopaki as its CEO amid a trail of corruption allegations under his watch.
MICT SETA CEO, top managers suspended
The chief executive, Oupa Mopaki, and three other managers put on precautionary suspension following allegations of corruption.