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Partnership aims to equip South Africans for opportunities and challenges of Industry 4.0

Partnership aims to equip South Africans for opportunities and challenges of Industry 4.0

An exciting new partnership between mLab and the Media, Information, and Communication Technologies Sector Education and Training Authority (MICT SETA) is poised to introduce several Information and Communication Technology (ICT) related interventions that will equip South Africans to respond to the demands and opportunities of a technology immersed future. 

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mPowa, an app for SA youth: here’s why it’s a must have

mPowa, an app for SA youth: here’s why it’s a must have

mPowa is a mobile application created for South African youth, its purpose is to empower young people to improve their employment readiness and direct them to life-changing opportunities. It is a member of the SA Youth Network and aims to fulfil its purpose by creating awareness and granting access to a wide range of support services that surround young people. 

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From mLab to the world: Meet the youngest CEO and COO

From mLab to the world: Meet the youngest CEO and COO

 

This is the era for young entrepreneurs to spark the entrepreneurial spirit in themselves. Karabo Mogajane (25) and Matsiri Gaffane (29) are doing it, the two young men own an e-hailing company called Ambee. 

Ambee is a mobile application developed to address issues currently faced by the e-hailing industry in South Africa.

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You did it, now it’s time to celebrate: Kimberly Codetribe Academy 2022 Graduation

You did it, now it’s time to celebrate: Kimberly Codetribe Academy 2022 Graduation

Graduation day is a very special one, a day dedicated to celebrating progression and honouring the work of students. mLab’s Codetribe Academy in Kimberly in the Northern Cape, held its graduation ceremony on 25 March 2022. Veronica Mahlangu, the Skills Accelerator and Coordinator of the programme described it as a ‘difference maker in society’. 

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