Imagine a better world with robots and win

Epson has opened the floor to local higher education institutes, universities and research facilities, calling for submissions for innovative concepts and ideas that demonstrate how the Epson T series robots can be used in an innovative way. Entrants can win up to the...

Top African universities put degrees online

eLearnAfrica will be providing financing for the design, development, and delivery of online degrees with top African universities. This effort will expand the company’s contribution to increasing access to online educational opportunities for universities...

Challenge to combat youth unemployment

Cognity Advisory has announced the start of this year’s University Business Challenge (UBC). Sponsored by General Electric (GE), the challenge will see South African students participate in teams in a business simulation competition designed to develop their...

eSwatini gears up for Africa Code Week

More than 300 local teachers and parents showed their support at Mbabane’s Royal Science and Technology Park this week to learn 21st century skills in the run-up to Africa Code Week (ACW) 2018. eSwatini’s Train-the-Trainer (TTT) series took place over two...

University of Pretoria launches Virtual Campus

Prospective students who are interested in the University of Pretoria’s academic offerings can now take a virtual tour of the campuses from the comfort of their homes. The university has launched a Virtual Campus platform on its website, whereby prospective...

The benefits of skills demand forecasting

South African youth can benefit from skills forecasting and scenario planning to better prepare for the future and the world of work. This is according to Applied Development Research Solutions (ADRS) Global, an economic modelling research company whose Linked...