Struggle to fill thousands of ICT vacancies persists in SA
While the local ICT sector has adapted to the changes caused by the pandemic, the industry continues to struggle to fill tens of thousands of ICT vacancies.Sibahle Malinga
How has COVID-19 affected SA's ICT skills shortage?
ICT professionals are reminded to take part in the ICT skills survey, conducted by the Joburg Centre for Software Engineering and the IITPSA.
Global Citizen Festival: HP vows to reach 100,000 learners
At the event hosted in Johannesburg recently, company announces commitment and opens tech-enabled HP LIFE Centre.
SA has to position ICT as a viable career path for learners
Low interest in acquiring ICT skills (not the cost of training) is leading cause of skills shortage in the country, claims JCSE survey.
ICT stakeholders worried about SA's basic education
Joburg Centre for Software Engineering (JCSE) 2016 ICT skills survey launched to find out if South Africa is still falling behind its Africa counterparts.
'Internet of Everything is 2016's big bang theory'
Big data and Artificial Intelligence expected to make a significant impact this year, says JCSE leader.
Africa's digital capacity under spotlight in August
Johannesburg's Braamfontein Precinct, site of technology transformation, picked to host second AMECSE event.