Applications are open to the Telkom FutureMakers InnoTech programme, seeking Cape Town-based budding entrepreneurs in need of help to get their tech startup ideas off the ground.
Gabriella Mulligan 12 hours ago
Startupbootcamp (SBC) will be launching its new accelerator programme in Cape Town. Startups from around the world are invited to apply now to be part of the intense three-month programme.
Last night, Thursday, 20 April 2017, saw the announcement of the top 10 companies selected for the Barclays Accelerator 2017 Africa programme.
Government says it has noted the comments made by the former Chief Operating Officer of the South African Broadcasting Corporation (SABC), Hlaudi Motsoeneng, and a group of artists during a media briefing held on Wednesday, 19 April 2017.
Due to heavy expansion in South Africa and globally, The Talent Boom, global creative, digital and tech headhunting firm is excited to announce the opening of a new division dedicated to servicing fintech and financial services.
The Talent Boom 19 Apr 2017
The 2016 report by the World Economic Forum (WEF) revealed that educational institutions worldwide are failing to equip learners with the global competencies they will need to be employable in coming years.
The Walter Sisulu University has six months to hire required academic staff to teach LLB or face losing accreditation to offer the course.
The women's entrepreneur competition, Fairlady Women of the Future 2017 has opened for entries. The competition, sponsored by Fairlady, in partnership with Santam, seeks businesswomen making waves in the South African small business landscape. There are two awards - Fairlady Woman of the Future 2017 and the Fairlady Rising Star 2017.
To highlight the poor state of public healthcare in the province, the South African Medical Association's (Sama) KwaZulu-Natal coastal branch has resolved to embark on protest march on Friday, 5 May. The branch has called on all doctors and specialists, as well as all allied health and labour organisations in the province, to support this action.
The South African job market is becoming ever more competitive with the emergence of new industries requiring us to keep moving, be proactive, and not be the inactive spare wheel that sits in the boot — waiting for something to happen.
Nobuzwe Mangcu 18 Apr 2017