Is Hacking Humans Easier Than Machines?

By Staff Writer 8 July 2022

People remain an organisation’s most targeted when it comes to hacking, fraud and cybercrime. FULL STORY >


Preventative infrastructure maintenance is key to saving costs and driving safety in smelting and processing sector

By Industry Contributor 12 May 2022

By Otto Botha, MD at Waco Engineering Services FULL STORY >


IBM bolsters investments in MEA with the launch of Client Engineering

By Staff Writer 22 March 2022

IBM has announced the launch of its Client Engineering team in the Middle East and Africa (MEA) for clients and business partners in a bid to deliver an enhanced client experience focused on co-creation, technical eminence... FULL STORY >


Opening doors for others, we can create a more equal world

By Industry Contributor 15 March 2022

By Linda Saunder, Head of Solution Engineering, Salesforce South Africa FULL STORY >


Digitally led approach transforms capital projects delivery

By Industry Contributor 25 November 2021

Dr Terence Milne explains how digital transformation is changing the engineering and construction industries, and how it is fast tracking how projects are delivered in both. FULL STORY >


Beware the Social Engineers.

By Staff Writer 15 October 2021

It is absolutely essential for people to be mindful of what they post on social media, as there are types of attacks that hack personal accounts and steal information to be sold to the highest underground bidders. Anna Collard from KnowBe4 Africa explains. FULL STORY >


Interview with F5

By Staff Writer 24 June 2020

In the wake of International Women in Engineering Day, Sara Boddy, the senior director of F5 Communities, offered her perspective on the deep need for more women in what has been a typically male dominated field. FULL STORY >


10th ICT Skills Survey shows that 4IR is still waiting in the wings

By Press Release 11 October 2019

Wits University's Joburg Centre for Software Engineering (JCSE) in partnership with the Institute of Information Technology Professionals South Africa (IITPSA), have released their findings of a survey of skills trends in the... FULL STORY >


Namaqua Engineering ushering South African engineering into the spotlight with SKA

By Press Release 20 October 2016

The biggest science project Africa has ever seen begins with the assembly of a tiny node of steel. Intricately bound together, it weighs about as much as a light dumbbell, and is the basis of the back-up... FULL STORY >


JCSE ICT skills survey highlights ongoing reality of South Africa’s skills gap

By Press Release 19 July 2016

2016 JCSE ICT Skills Survey urges stakeholders to translate policy into capacity building. FULL STORY >


Intel International Science Fair showcases work from 1700 young scientists

By Robin-Leigh Chetty 8 May 2015

Taking place next week from 10-15 May, Intel welcomes more than 1400 young scientists to Pittsburgh, for the chance to win a combined $4 million in awards and scholarships. FULL STORY >


Samsung launches local Electronics Engineering Academy

By Hanleigh Daniels 8 March 2011

Korean tech giant Samsung has launched a science academy on the East Rand, with which it is aiming to tap into young students love of tech gadgets and turn them into qualified professionals. FULL STORY >

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