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Latest editorial: Huawei reveals massive 5G, 4IR training ambitions in SA

Huawei SA announced their plans to launch free online and onsite training in 5G and fourth Industrrial Revolution (4IR) together with the Department of Communications and Digital Technologies (DCDT). Their plan is to target six thousand South Africans, who are either post-graduate ICT students or practitioners.

The initiative was announced at an annual ceremony with objectives to cultivate ICT talent, promote knowledge transfer in the telecoms industry and broaden digital access. This initiative by Huawei will indeed develop the skills of ICT youth in South Africa.  

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The Vodacom Foundation announced rolling out one of their programmes aimed at celebrating women that have decided to claim their rightful place in society using technology.

The programme, a partnership initiative between the Vodacom Foundation, UN Women and South African Women in Farming (SAWIF), is a digital literacy programme for women farmers countrywide. It seeks to bridge the digital and information gap in the female farming industry.

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