Huawei recently held a job fair for 130 graduates from its ICT Academies, with the aim of assisting them find internships with companies.
Deon Oberholzer, CEO at Gestalt Growth Strategies, shares steps ICT firms need to take regarding ICASA’s new ownership requirements.
Huawei South Africa is on track to reach its goal of training 6000 students.
ICT students are urged to apply for this year’s Seeds of the Future programme which goes online due to COVID-19.
Rectron’s offices will open on Monday with a skeleton staff and strict hygiene and safety measures in place.
Dimension Data CEO, Grant Bodley, offers us insight into the company’s move to a monolithic brand, potential job losses and giving clients what they need.
While our ICT sector is on par with most global counterparts, a skills shortage could threaten SA’s 4IR developments.
Award categories include IT personality, visionary CIO and technology excellence.
Intec South Africa’s Daniel Lotter explains why businesses are struggling to secure their data and infrastructure, and what steps they should take in safeguarding them.
Last night the IITPSA honoured individuals, organisations and companies for excellence in their fields.
Wipro, Adopt-a-School Foundation, IDC and the Nelson Mandela Foundation have collaborated to give technology access to learners at a school in the Eastern Cape.
Speakers include Cambridge Mokanyane and Lorien Gamaroff.
The Gauteng Government currently spends R40 million a year on ICT.
Only 17% of those living in Southern African countries have access to the internet.
Dlodlo address ICT industry leaders and delegates at the SADC ICT Ministers’ Meeting in KwaZulu-Natal yesterday.
From politics to the Project Isizwe castle: Meet the young woman steering the cause to get all Africans online
Project Isizwe’s new CEO Dudu Mkhwanazi talks about her plan to bring free connectivity to the masses.
Why do we need to teach girls to coding skills? What’s in it for them and our economy in the long run?
The programme kicked off in Tshwane West where five schools received high-tech infrastructure as part of the company’s Connected Schools Programme (CSP).