ICT sector rallies to close skills gap

ICT firms invest more in skills development to help close the skills gap.

ICT firms invest more in skills development to help close the skills gap.

South Africa is still facing a massive skills shortage in the ICT sector. However, there is a concerted effort by ICT companies to help the country build the capacity needed to develop a digital economy.

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Take part in the first SA podcasting survey

How popular is podcasting in SA?

How popular is podcasting in SA?

In a move aimed at establishing statistics on the local podcasting industry, Matt Brown, CEO of Digital Kungfu and presenter of the Matt Brown Show is conducting a "Pod Power" survey.

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Telkom invests R200m to promote ICT in education

Telkom invests R200 million in education initiative.  [Photo source: Gauteng Education]

Telkom invests R200 million in education initiative. [Photo source: Gauteng Education]

Telkom, through its foundation, will invest more than R200 million over the next five years to improve the quality of teaching and learning, with a specific focus on maths, science and English, the company announced.

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Syafunda Digital to boost maths, science literacy

Students are able to download maths and science e-books, video tutorials, past papers and worksheets from the Syafunda Digital Library free of charge.

Students are able to download maths and science e-books, video tutorials, past papers and worksheets from the Syafunda Digital Library free of charge.

Syafunda Digital, with the help of the Department of Education, Dimension Data and Virgin Unite, is distributing educational digital content to 80 000 students in 47 schools across the country.

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