University of Johannesburg

Data analytics reveals SA's happiness level

The World Happiness Index analyses up to 100 000 tweets per day to track SA's happiness level.


UJ honours 'human computer' Katherine Johnson

The university confers an honorary doctorate on NASA's former physicist


UJ online system fights fake qualifications

The virtual system enables third-parties to verify issued certificates, and students to easily replace lost or stolen certificates.


UJ prof joins WEF's cyber security council

Professor Basie von Solms is one of the 19 international cyber security experts invited to join The Global Future Council on Cybersecurity.


Gauteng uses drones to monitor construction sites

The Department of Infrastructure Development deploys drones to improve how it monitors and delivers high-value building projects.


Govt turns to hackathons to improve service delivery

The Department of Public Service and Administration commits to working with innovators to accelerate public service delivery and encourage public engagement.

Sep 6, 2018

#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.


Gauteng, university ink smart tech pact

The partnership seeks to advance the use of computational intelligence and artificial intelligence for rational decision-making.


Boost for SA's cloud computing skills pipeline

Amazon Web Services establishes partnerships with local institutions of higher learning to make its cloud computing course part of the curriculum.


UJ introduces 100% online degrees

The new online programmes are part of UJ's strategy to create a learning ecosystem that aligns with international benchmark institutions.

Mar 27, 2018

Local graduates bag Huawei's technical certification

Graduates from local universities were presented with certifications for Huawei Certified Networking Associate Routing and Switching.


UJ lauds online registration process

The university says registrations for the 2018 academic year have proceeded smoothly in just more than 48 hours.

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