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ICT is strategic tool for NGO sustainability

Brand South Africa partners with civil society organisations like SANGONeT to make a difference in communities across the country.Phindi MadunaBrand South Africa partnered with...

Huawei and the DTPS take students to China

Huawei and the Department of Telecommunications and Postal Services are sending a second batch of 10 South African students on a two-week study and...

South Africa can be a technology leader

The country – and the rest of the continent – has the potential to be a disruptor, by using ICT and the size of...

WEF Africa 2016: How do we deliver shared prosperity across the continent?

Important questions will be discussed in Kigali, Rwanda this week, as the World Economic Forum on Africa gathers under the theme "Connecting Africa's Resources through Digital Transformation". We take a look at the meeting's main sub-themes.

Ericsson ICT city index ranks Johannesburg first in Africa

Ericsson ICT city index ranks Johannesburg first in Africa

South African city Johannesburg leads other African countries in international communications company Ericsson’s 2014 Networked Society City Index despite slipping a few places. The index measures how 40 global cities leverage ICT to solve the social, environmental and economic challenges that they face.

Changing the world, one IT Boot Camp at a time

The Change the World Trust IT Boot Camp competition is an opportunity for the organisation's top students to show off their newfound programming skills to win a top-of-the-range Android tablet.

Vosloorus school gets ICT Math Lab

Neotel and NIIT launched an ICT enabled Mathematics laboratory at Khayelihle Primary School in Vosloorus, to the south of Johannesburg, as a means to contribute towards improving maths skills at the primary schools in South Africa.

Joan Joffe – riding the wave of success

ICT’s first lady has a simple formula for success – work exceptionally hard and watch out for opportunities. And the time for women is now: a woman brings a more consultative, empathetic approach “and that is the kind of leadership we need in South Africa today. We don’t need autocratic leadership.”
Businesswomen leaving a legacy

Smart cities need innovative citizens

THe notion of a city, where the creative ideas of its entire population can be gathered and used for solving urban problems and improving living conditions, is not far off, say experts.
Social participation key to efficient cities

Investing in African youth

The Rockefeller Foundation is investing $100m in a seven-year project to assist a million young people in Africa through jobs and skills in the information communication technology sector. Its focus will be on high potential youth who lack access to jobs and economic opportunities.
Citizens in charge of their destiny


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