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If you're a journalist, designer, scientist, analyst or developer, we may have an event for you.
Open source Indigo platform will make legal information accessible to all.
Data Quest 1 takes place this Saturday at CodeBridge.
Someone's racking in more than 40 times the national average... but who?
Small, poor schools fare worse, but how did your local high do?
Come chat with pioneering data journo Raymond Joseph from Code4SA at JoziHub next week.
Municipal Money aims to promote transparency and citizen engagement through the visualization and ‘demystification’ of information about municipal spending.
Code4SA is also looking for anyone who can help by submitting government gazettes going back as far as 1980, up to 2012 for the Open Gazettes project.
As results from the 2016 Municipal Elections are almost concluded, Code4SA, shows us how many women councillors have won in wards across the country.
JCSE to put media companies in the heart of Tshimologong Precinct.
Almost 11 000 South African teachers living and working in the UK have contributed to the country's brain drain.
A new day, a new hackathon by Geekulcha and (hopefully) some new ways to save water.
The Tax Clock will show you just how many hours you spend working to pay off your taxes every day.