The best and brightest geeks in South Africa have been recognised by Geekulcha.
The Gauteng Azure Training programme seeks to engage and train 3 000 developers in Gauteng and will run until the end of June 2021.
Geekulcha’s next hackathon is coming to the Northern Cape.
Geekulcha’s efforts to use skateboards to get kids making in the SkateHacks tours has been going great so far.
SkateHacks wants to teach tech with skateboarding, and they’re doing it for a solid month.
A new day, a new hackathon by Geekulcha and (hopefully) some new ways to save water.
Local maker collective Geekulcha leads a leg of an international maker programme.
Dig into the data that will come from one of the biggest scientific endeavours in Africa at the SKAHack that’s being held in March.
SkateHacks wants to add STEAM to a sport usually associated with fail videos on YouTube. Better wear a helmet!
Geeklucha’s Tiyani Nghonyama says that it’s not just what you learn, it’s how you use it.
Got a project based on a Raspberry Pi and want to be involved in a continent-wide event?
The good folks over at Geekulcha get a new lick of paint as the year comes to a close.
A new event to get makers making business using Intel’s RealSense camera.
A little piece of Silicon Valley is coming to South Africa.
Geekulcha puts out a call for ICT students at TUT students to join the first group of Student Ambassadors in the province.
Some makers spent Woman’s Day slaving away at a hot PC for the sake of equality.
Geekulcha’s next hackathon to break new ground for Northern Cape makers and hackers in August.
Another gauntlet of code and competition, this time at TUT.