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The Grand Geeks And Africa’s Digital Future

The Optimizing Podcast has launched its second season with Wits Universities’ Prof. Barry Dwolatzky in conversation with prominent guests in the digital sector. A new curated content hub called The Grand Geeks has also been launched. Professor Barry Dwolatzky believes that one can see history as a relay race. We each receive something – a […]Read More

Tshimologong To Help Grow Female-owned Tech businesses

Wits University’s Tshimologong Digital Innovation Precinct kicks off its inaugural Ya Basadi in 4IR programme, with the financial support of J.P. Morgan. Ya Basadi, meaning ‘for women’ in Setswana, is an acceleration programme that will enable Tshimologong to support established small businesses in transitioning into both technology and/or technology-enabled companies with the purpose of optimising their operations quickly and efficiently. […]Read More

Locked Down With Fred Khumalo

Check out world-renowned author and journalist, Fred Khumalo, as he let’s us into his creative process during lockdown and some of his experiences during these uncertain times. According to Penguin Random House, his publisher’s, Fred Khumalo has been described as a ‘reluctant Zulu’, ‘clever black’ and an ‘equal opportunity offender’. He completed his MA in […]Read More

Fak’ugesi: Digital Africa Festival Official Opening Event

Friday 5 September will mark the official opening event of the inaugural Fak’ugesi: Digital Africa Festival hosted by Wits University. Taking place at the Tshimologong Digital Technology Precinct at 39 Juta Street in the heart of Braamfontein at 5:30pm, Executive Mayor of the City of Johannesburg will join the Vice Chancellor of Wits University, Prof […]Read More