Growing Up Africa builds, donates R110m 4IR campus to UJ
The University of Johannesburg receives a multimillion-rand Education Campus donation from Growing Up Africa, to advance the use of tech at the Devland Soweto Campus.
UJ Technopreneurship Centre shines at international hackathon
Two teams from the University of Johannesburg’s Technopreneurship Centre were among the top performers at the Hacklab 2021 virtual hackathon.
SA's 4IR future 'depends on what we do now'
Automation is the only way for any serious economy, says UJ's professor Tshilidzi Marwala.
Africa Teen Geeks celebrates International Day of Mathematics
The organisation has partnered with the University of Johannesburg, Northcliff Rotary Club and UNICEF to honour the International Day of Mathematics later this month.
MTN debunks 5G link to COVID-19
The telco says 5G mobile tech has undergone extensive research, with numerous studies finding it has no negative impact on the environment or people.
UJ’s Prof Marwala clears up 5G myths
As the fifth-generation technology era ramps up, citizens must be educated to position SA strategically, says Professor Tshilidzi Marwala.
Hackathon showcases innovators of the future
Young Innovators Tech wins hackathon challenge aimed at finding innovative tech solutions to some of SA’s everyday challenges.
Hackathon seeks extraordinary solutions to common problems
Over 100 University of Johannesburg students will participate in a hackathon challenge aimed at finding innovative tech solutions to some of SA’s everyday challenges.
UJ’s computer science and software engineering academy turns 50
One of SA’s first independent computer science schools, the Academy for Computer Science and Software Engineering, celebrates 50 years.
Ex-University of Pretoria IT boss appointed .ZADNA CEO
Molehe Wesi, former deputy director of IT Strategic Support and Client Services at the University of Pretoria, has been appointed as the new CEO of .ZADNA.
Wits University extends data offer to international students
Students living in Lesotho will receive 30GB of data, while students in Zimbabwe and Eswatini will receive 10GB of data.