WeThinkCode, the software developer training academy that opened in Johannesburg five years ago, is expanding geographically, with plans to open a campus in Durban.
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Telkom subsidiary BCX (formerly Business Connexion) said on Wednesday that it will invest R60m in skills development over three years. The money will be pumped into WeThinkCode to more than double the number
A Johannesburg academy is aiming to equip self-taught coders with free internships to prepare them for jobs in large corporations. “We take people who are self-taught in coding, have a limited working
WeThinkCode, the new, not-for-profit and entrepreneur-led initiative to develop programming skills in South Africa, has revealed its first corporate backers. They are financial services group First National Bank, Durban-based development house Derivco and Johannesburg-based
South Africa has a dire shortage of skills, especially software developers. Now a new, not-for-profit initiative, led by entrepreneurs, is hoping to make a meaningful impact on developing the
There are few things which upset me more than the state of the South African education system. It is a system which consigns millions of people to mass incarceration every year and, much like