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Women in Tech South Africa

43.5% of SA’s Women in Tech Say They are Paid Less Than Men

Cybersecurity awareness firm KnowBe4 Africa has released the results of their latest survey titled the 2022 KnowBe4 Women’s Day Survey, gaining insights from more than 200 women from across the technology industry in South Africa. The survey focused on some...

New R10-Million 4IR Skills Programme Guarantees Jobs to SA Youths

IT services management firm 4Sight Holdings has launched an ambitious pilot programme to provide 50 young people in South Africa with niche training in Fourth Industrial Revolution (4IR) technologies over the period of 18 weeks. The company says that there...

The Importance of Gender Equality in the Tech Industry

While there has been headway toward greater workplace diversity in recent years, there is still much more work to be done. In all businesses, there is undeniably a gender divide, and one of these historically male-dominated industries is technology. In...

Top 4 Most Trending Stories – Week in Review

As this week comes to a close we take a look at the stories that resonated most with our readers. August is Women's Month in South Africa, with Women's Day being celebrated on Monday earlier this week. This month, the tech...

Top 5 Tips for Women to Build a Career in Cybersecurity

Representation of women in the cybersecurity industry has grown over the past years and, while this is positive, there is still room for improvement. Growth and success in this area require that everyone work together to amplify each other,...

The Key to Boosting Women in Tech in South Africa

Women remain a largely untapped resource in the technology talent pool in South Africa. The statistics don’t lie: there are only 56000 women filling 236 000 Information and Communications Technology (ICT) roles in the country. That is 23%. Women fare...
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Top 5 Gadgets that were highly Expected in 2024

The following are 2024 top 5 gadgets that are/ were highly expected according to Menstuff. 1. LG’s see-through Signature OLED...
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