SAP, UCT drive innovation, co-operation

By 2020, nearly half of the total workforce will be made up of Millennials, the young, connected and tech-savvy demographic born between the early 1980s and the mid-1990s. Despite this, the latest PwC CEO survey found that one of the biggest challenges for...

Digital learning a no-brainer for SA employers

President Cyril Ramaphosa says South Africa’s success depends largely on its ability to capitalise on the demands of the 21st century, and using advanced technology effectively to help move the country forward is one of them. Richard Rayne, CEO of corporate...

Digital platforms key for education

South Africa’s ongoing education crisis, specifically access to schooling and learning material has been well publicised. Government has responded with subsidy offers, but simply providing financial aid does not solve the crisis that South Africa faces....

Anti-plagiarism software enhances academic integrity

Technology has taken the blame for much online plagiarism, but institutions find that it also engages students meaningfully with lecturers, fellow students and resources, improving and deepening learning. Although accused of making cheating easier, it also enhances...

Tips for preparing online content

According to Forbes, South Africa had 21-million internet users in 2017.  According to the research, 40% of our population went online last year and, although much usage was social media, networking and entertainment, online learning and digital education are on the...

Digital learning and technology critical

In light of the free higher education pronouncement by the president, universities will have to innovate quickly to address the vast numbers that will seek to respond to the opportunity. This is especially poignant in the South African context where acquiring an...