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ACSA needs your IT, Maths or Science skills

ACSA needs your IT, Maths or Science skills

The Airports Company of South Africa (ACSA) and Wits University’s Tshimologong Digital Innovation Precinct, have partnered to launch a security access management hackathon. Aimed at streamlining the company’s security access, The ACSA Access Management Challenge, hopes to find a unique and impactful security solution utilising a Single Sign On (SSO) approach. Itumeleng Dhlamini, community manager, […]

Miss Universe returns home to a fitting welcome

Miss Universe returns home to a fitting welcome

Nel-Peters made history when she became the second South African to win the sought after and prestigious crown, the first being Margaret Gardiner who won the pageant in 1978. As the 66th Miss Universe winner, Nel-Peters will embark on a week-long celebration that includes visits to Johannesburg, Cape Town and her hometown, Sedgefield. As Miss […]

BMW SA Open development vision

BMW SA Open development vision

Patriarchy-versus-feminism cross swords era cliché aside, the world’s second oldest golf championship, the SA Open, playing out its 107th edition, literally embodied that as Englishman Chris Paisley’s American wife, Keri, in an unfamiliar role as a stand-in caddie – carried his bag all the way to his claiming his very first professional title on the […]

La Liga partnership has improved KwaMahlobo Soweto Games

La Liga partnership has improved KwaMahlobo Soweto Games

The former Bafana Bafana captain, who has partnered with proud sponsors LaLiga, says with the competition reaching an iconic 21-year milestone, the standard is set to be even higher than ever before with 40 teams from different parts of the country battling it out to see who will emerge victorious in the 3-week tournament. The […]

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