mLab Southern Africa
Press release: [Cape Town, South Africa] 23 July 2018
HealthTech Market Maps: 50+ companies redefining health in South Africa
The healthtech opportunities defined in two infographics from mLab and reHealthAfrica
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mLab has a growing community of developers who are creating amazing apps on the Ionic Platform and on a regular bases receive requests for Ionic development resources from our partners, industry and entrepreneurs.
If you are a locally based (South Africa) developer or startup with proven experience in Ionic and interested in joining our community to access meet-ups,…
APPLICATIONS FOR 2017 ARE NOW CLOSED
WHAT IS SLUSH?
During what is – let’s be honest – the sh*ttiest weather season of the year, Slush brings together
the leading actors of the global tech scene to Helsinki for something very special….
Tshwane, South Africa: mLab Southern Africa, a technology accelerator that focusses on skills, product and enterprise development within the digital innovation economy, today announced the continuation of their partnership with the Council for Scientific and Industrial Research (CSIR) and the Department of Science and Technology (DST) aimed at stimulating more open innovation and development within the African Mobile Health and Wellness sector through an initiative called ReHealthAfrica….
mLab Southern Africa and Vodacom are proud to be the hosts of the International Space Apps Challenge again this year at mLab Pretoria and in partnership with The Barn at mLab Cape Town available for the Hackathon.
The International Space Apps Challenge is an international mass collaboration focused on space exploration that takes place over 48-hours in cities around the world….
Please note that the AppStar Challenge competition closing date has been extended to the 15thNovember 2013.
On Friday 25th October there was a heavy traffic on the site and several people were trying to upload BIG files at the same time and that affected a delay in uploading. …
A couple of highlights from the BMI-TechKnowledge Telecom Trends event in Johannesburg on 13 April:
- General increase in broadband penetration to PCs in the home from 1% to 6% among LSM 3-6.
- Half of these people use a handset to access the internet —…
Opera Mini, the free downloadable mobile phone web browser that makes surfing the mobile web light and fast by reducing image files sizes, continues to enjoy growth in South Africa. Remember that in Africa users pay for MB of data so every byte counts. Fewer bytes means a cheaper browsing experience —…