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Digital training on offer for Northern Cape women

Telecoms deputy minister Hlengiwe Mkhize.

Telecoms deputy minister Hlengiwe Mkhize.

To promote use of ICT among women and young people, telecoms deputy minister Hlengiwe Mkhize introduced the Lwazi Digital Literacy Training Project in the Northern Cape.

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Samsung powers North West school

Samsung unveiled a solar-powered Internet classroom at Motswatemeng High School in the North West.

Samsung unveiled a solar-powered Internet classroom at Motswatemeng High School in the North West.

Motswatemeng High School in the North West is the latest recipient of a Samsung Electronics solar-powered Internet classroom facility.

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Microsoft SA exhibits classroom of the future

Zoaib Hoosen, MD of Microsoft South Africa.

Zoaib Hoosen, MD of Microsoft South Africa.

Microsoft South Africa in partnership with the Cape Town Science Centre showcased the Microsoft ‘classroom of the future' at the indaba held on 24 and 25 March 2017. The interactive exhibition revealed the latest educational tools available to teachers today as well as provided attendees with an insight into the evolution of the classroom, along with the new approaches to learning such as gamification that will help teachers challenge, inspire and engage their students.

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Entries for the annual GIC2017 open

Entries for the annual Global Impact Challenge (GIC) for 2017 are officially open for entrepreneurs, leaders, scientists and engineers from southern Africa countries. The Southern Africa GIC is said to be a platform where South Africans with innovative ideas which would address humanity's greatest challenges through the use of technology can be found.

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UJ initiative aims to improve maths, science skills

Professor Bertil Andersson, president of Nanyang Technological University.

Professor Bertil Andersson, president of Nanyang Technological University.

The University of Johannesburg's (UJ's) Johannesburg Institute for Advanced Study (JIAS), in partnership with Singapore's Nanyang Technological University (NTU), have introduced a maths and science Saturday school intervention programme for grade 11 learners.

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In-Depth

Work in progress

Many companies are offering internship programmes to learners and IT graduates in order to get them trained and employable. Read more...

The softer side of ICT

Mosima Selekisho, director at Talent AfricaIT professionals need to keep on learning and developing their skills, and soft skills are as much a part of this as the technical ones.

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Wanted: Cyber security expertise

Craig Rosewarne, MD of Wolfpack Information RiskThe shortage of highly sophisticated cyber security skills is hampering SA’s ability to put measures in place to prevent and mitigate advanced threats.

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Architecture is hot

If you want your business to thrive in the digital economy, you need to hire enterprise architects.

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