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Bill Gates says Africa’s future rests in the hands of its youth

Africa's future rests in the hands of its youth - and every effort must be made to ensure they thrive... this is according to philanthropist and entrepreneur Bill Gates. Delivering the 2016 Nelson Mandela Annual Lecture at the University of...

Replacing text books with laptops could eliminate back problems

The age-old tradition of going to school with a backpack or a briefcase could most notably be something of the past. It is obvious that technology is evolving, and most of all it is aimed at making human life...

South Africa: Disabled students join Canon’s First Swing golf competition

Children with varying disabilities from four Gauteng schools got the opportunity to participate in the inaugural Canon First Swing Gauteng Inter Schools golf tournament hosted by the South African Disabled Golf Association’s (SADGA) First Swing Programme and Canon South...

Ghana: Tigo to equip undergraduates with technology skills

Tigo Ghana has launched its undergraduate internship programme with the first batch of 30 students taking up various positions within the organization; namely the Technology, Marketing, Customer Operations, Sales and Tigo Business departments. The Tigo Internship Programme (TIP), spans over...

eLearning Africa: Impatient Africans “not going to wait until 2063”

There was a mood of impatience among ministers, businessmen, and education experts attending this year’s eLearning Africa conference, which was held in Cairo during May 2016. Aware of the opportunity offered by information and communication technologies to spread education, training...

Technology to play a bigger role in the workplace of the future

Technology trends are not only disrupting the business environment of today, but is also shaping the way in which business will be conducted in future, as technology is destined to play a bigger role in the workplace of the...

Limpopo: Vodacom powers digital classrooms

Vodacom has revealed that teachers and learners in Limpopo can look forward to digital classrooms. This, according to Vodacom, is thanks to the roll-out of a countrywide e-learning programme undertaken by Vodacom in partnership with Samsung. The latest recipients...

Microsoft unveils Office Excel Champs SA competition

Microsoft South Africa has launched the Office Excel Champs competition, which aims to find the country’s greatest Excel practitioner, whether he or she is a student, teacher, business professional or simply loves crunching numbers for fun. “There have been many...

Oxford University Press SA confirmed as strategic partner for Education Innovation Summit

Oxford University Press Southern Africa, an educational publisher committed to the growth of South Africa and its people through the provision of excellent educational materials and support, has been confirmed as a Strategic Partner for the upcoming 2016 Education Innovation Summit. The Education Innovation...

Mwabu named Gold Sponsor for 2016 Education Innovation Summit

Mwabu - the creator of the innovative Mwabu educational tablet - has been confirmed as a Gold Sponsor for the upcoming 2016 Education Innovation Summit. The Education Innovation Summit, which has been organised by IT News Africa and sponsored by Telkom, will see education and...
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Unpacking TECNO’s New SPARK 20P Smartphone: Available in SA

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