Solving the energy crisis in the country is an ongoing challenge according to Energy and Mineral Resources Minister Gwede Mantashe. The energy minister said…
If South Africa is to really become a knowledge economy, it seriously needs to develop the youth’s Computer Science skills. That’s a no-brainer. But while government and academia have their hands full, creative minds are putting inspiring initiatives in motion to foster the country’s next generation of software developers.
Hyperion Development is one of these gems. Since it launched in 2012, the Durban-headquartered company has allegedly helped over 8 500 people from six Southern African countries in software development training.
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