UCT makes IT appealing to female students

IT is traditionally a male-dominated sector, but the University of Cape Town’s (UCT) School of IT is working hard to make the sector more attractive to women. The stereotype that majoring in the field of IT involves little except coding all day has been one of...

Diepsloot learners use AI, robotics for community solutions

STE(A)M educational specialist I-Innovate has brought a 21st century learning programme to South Africa to open up opportunities in our under-served school communities for learners to develop the talents and skills that are critical in the digital age. This term,...

Huawei partners to boost ICT skills development

There is critical shortage of skilled ICT professionals in Sub-Saharan Africa which hampers the growth of a thriving ICT sector and drive economic growth. To address this skills shortage, Huawei has launched an ICT Talent Ecosystem Program for Sub-Sahara Africa at...

SA academic wins global innovation award

A UNISA technology administrator has received the prestigious Turnitin 2018 Global Innovation Awards which recognizes educators, technology administrators, institutions, and students who are passionate about academic integrity and champion the innovative and effective...

Cranfield Aviation Training launches e-learning

At Cranfield Aviation Training, more than 6 000 students are certified per year. With over 80 courses available to all flight deck, cabin crew personnel and flight engineers, Cranfield has remained relevant and embraced all advancements in the aviation industry over...

Eskom supports Free State Mathematics Festival

The Eskom Development Foundation has provided support and funding to the Free State Mathematics Festival which was held on 10 – 11 October 2018 at the Bon Hotel in Bloemfontein. The Mathematics competition was created for Grade 8 – 11 learners from schools...