On 5 and 6 May, Topco Media and partners will be presenting a robust networking experience aimed at kick-starting economic growth in Africa, using technology...
Issued by Topco Media 7 Apr 2021
The company refuses to recognise a union and a community group as worker representatives...
Joseph Chirume 9 Nov 2020
Travellers in the rural Eastern Cape may start spotting something usually not associated with the region's open expanses - high-tech roadside cameras...
Topco Media in partnership with Standard Bank have released the names of those companies and individuals named as finalists in the 2019 Top Women Awards...
Issued by Topco Media 7 Aug 2019
The Constitutional Court has handed down judgment in the State Information Technology Agency vs Gijima Holdings case...
Sonia de Vries and Terrick McCallum 20 Nov 2017
Jon Tullett, research manager of IT Services at IDC Africa, says the ongoing macro-economic difficulties in the market are expected to continue, and this will, in turn, continue to inhibit growth in dollar terms...
Gauteng Premier David Makhura says the Tshepo 500,000 programme will now be known as Tshepo One Million, as the provincial government has doubled its target set for 2019...
While the share prices of some listed technology firms have risen sharply in 2016, outperforming the JSE all share index, one analyst has warned...
Microsoft South Africa announced the winners and finalists of the Microsoft 2016 Partner of the Year Awards during an exclusive event last week...
IBM is opening a new IBM Cloud Data Centre in Johannesburg, South Africa. The new cloud centre is the result of a close collaboration with Gijima and Vodacom and is designed to support cloud adoption...
The winners of the first annual Public ICT Awards were announced at a gala dinner in Durban last night. The awards, designed and launched
The finalists for the 13th Annual Oliver Empowerment Awards have been shortlisted. The nominees are narrowed down to the best business and government leaders in transformation that South Africa has ever seen.
Issued by Topco Media 20 Mar 2014
A number of new kids on the music block dominate the major categories for the landmark 20th Annual South African Music Awards - with some familiar favourites also creeping into the running for SA's most prestigious music competition.
The SAB World of Beer has announced the launch of the inaugural South African National Craft Brewers Championship, a competition which aims to recognise the growing craft beer movement in the country and its contribution to the culture of beer in South Africa.
More than 800 children at eleven schools in the Eastern Cape are to be educated in financial literacy skills, particularly on the importance of saving. This programme is in association with the annual national Teach Children To Save South Africa (TCTS SA) programme run by the Banking Association of South Africa.
Transnet's Employee Volunteer Programme (EVP), which is run by the Transnet Foundation, took part in Mandela Day celebrations through a large team of volunteers who embody Mandela's spirit of selfless giving.
The Trialogue Making CSI Matter Conference took place in Johannesburg on 28 and 29 May 2013. In its sixth year, the corporate social investment (CSI) conference featured the Transnet Foundation as a headline sponsor and key exhibitor, with this year's theme being Innovation in Social Investment.
Gijima, a JSE-listed IT company and Microsoft partner, is part of the Microsoft Shift into Top Gear roadshow that will feature the official launch of Microsoft Office 2013 and Office 365 to the corporate, small/medium enterprise (SME), and academic markets.
Developments in technology combined with shifts in education models are transforming the way academic institutions deliver education, and learners' preferred methods of learning. The world over, "blended learning" is fast becoming the norm.
Trade union Solidarity announced that after "intense consultations" with black-empowered information technology company Gijima‚ it had succeeded in suspending forced retrenchments of its members - illustrating it was "possible to rise above difficult financial times and ultimately ensure that employees do not suffer from them".
Recent statistics coming from America on the factors contributing to the country's high levels of debt should serve as a wake-up call for South Africa, particularly the lengths to which their employees go in order to access education financing.
Michelle Branco 28 May 2012
IT services company Gijima and the University of Western Cape are scheduling a "Code Jam", which will take place between March and May 2012. Students are invited to submit innovative app ideas to the portal that will be expanded and rated by the Code Jam community.
Social entrepreneur and founder of the non-profit organisation, Symphonia for South Africa, Dr Louise van Rhyn, is leading a challenge to business to use its organisational leadership skills to help combat the crisis in education.
Core Group, the Value Added Distributor (VAD) for Apple in Southern Africa, announced today, 31 October 2011, that Gijima has been appointed as the first Apple authorised systems integrator (SI) in Southern Africa. With a growing need for IT departments to support Apple technology in the integration of both company-owned and personal devices, Gijima will assist with the support for Apple hardware and software solutions that work with company-managed systems.
South African-based brand engagement agency, Talk2Us, and London-based leadership training organisation, Impact Factory, recently announced their plans to form an exclusive strategic partnership that will use their strengths and expertise to further develop internal communication in Africa.
Information technology company Gijima is to spend R20-million on supplying Apple iPads to at least 30% of its staff according to an article published by The New Age. About 1 200 people will be issued with the new tablet computers.
The 2011 Innovation Summit will have participants literally thinking outside the building, as delegates stroll through Bedouin-style tents set among the trees and fountains of the IDC Convention Centre in Sandton. These will function both as an interactive exhibition space and as an ideas factory, fuelled by collaborative creativity.
The 4th SA Innovation Summit, staged from August 30 to September 1 in Sandton, aims to expose participants to more creative paths to stimulate innovation in SA.
The 4th SA Innovation Summit offers a line-up of 50 successful innovators in business, government and academia from South Africa, Africa and beyond, discussing the theme 'Innovation Legends - Ideas to Market' at the IDC Convention Centre in Sandton from 30 August to 1 September 2011.
ITNewsAfrica.com has launched a website for its Innovation Dinner Series, a bi-monthly dinner event aimed at Africa's ICT professionals, entrepreneurs and senior business people, providing opportunities for networking, acquiring information and strategic planning.
The South African chapter of the Association of Proposal Management Professionals (APMP) will hold a forum on bid management entitled, Guerrillas in the Midst - and other bid management war stories at Harrowdene Office Park, Woodmead, Sandton at 5.30pm on 17 February 2010.
The African Photo Entrepreneur Programme is specifically aimed at growing photo entrepreneurs who can compete on the global stage in terms of photo production and market savvy. Only 40 African Photo Entrepreneurs will qualify for this programme and applications close 30 June 2008.
On 9 November 2006 at the Fidentia Top Empowerment Awards event - billed as the most prestigious event on the South African business calendar - the winners of both the Impumelelo Top Empowerment Companies 2006 Awards and the Top Women in Business & Government 2006 Awards were announced.