Most of us struggle to acquire an education for the simple reason that it is a guarantee to formal employment and the nice things that come with having a good job. But with the slowdown of the economy, a high population growth rate and widespread unemployment, things have become...
Huawei on Friday 12th May at their Huawei offices at Rwenzori towers held interviews to select the top 10 ICT students in Uganda to take part in its Seeds for the Future program of 2017; a program that aims at developing young ICT talents all over the world through technological...
Reports hailing from Rwanda states that five girls out of eight; 4 from Rwanda and 1 from Kenya - with innovative ideas, were on Thursday selected as the finalists for the first ever Miss Geek Africa, a competition designed to inspire African girls to be part of solving the Africa's challenges...
Redmond-based software firm, Microsoft Corp. on Tuesday launched their latest Surface Laptop, and according to multiple online reports, the event was centered on education where the company took center stage to introduce Windows 10 S as a simpler, more secure operating system meant for students. All legal Windows 10...
In a bid to helping people of Uganda learn ICT skills and develop the ICT Sector, Huawei during an event that was presided by the Minister of ICT and National Guidance Hon. Frank Tumwebaze at Rwamwanja Senior Secondary School in Nkoma Sub County late last month delivered 40 laptops fully...
Stanbic Bank Uganda, in partnership with the Ministry of Education and Sports, in February launched the 2017 Stanbic National Schools Championship; an exciting competition that aims to encourage and challenge secondary schools country wide in critical thinking and provide exposure to vast knowledge beyond their classrooms participating in a series...
Stanbic Bank Uganda, in partnership with the Ministry of Education and Sports, in February launched the 2017 Stanbic National Schools Championship; an exciting competition that aims to encourage and challenge over 3000 students from 40 various secondary schools countrywide in critical thinking and provide exposure to vast knowledge beyond their...
Vodafone Uganda, is set to enhance the e-learning space for university students in Uganda with the launch of the JUMP Academy, a new and first of its kind addition on the JUMP portal. JUMP the unique online content platform was launched on 10th Feb 2017; with categories in Education, Entrepreneurship, Self-improvement,...
Late last month, Stanbic Bank Uganda in partnership with the Ministry of Education and Sports officially launched the 2017 Stanbic National School Championship at Kampala Serena Hotel. The exciting competition aims to encourage and challenge over 4,000 students from 40 secondary schools; government and private, countrywide in critical thinking and...
US based tech firm, Google Inc. in April last year promised to train one million Africans in its Digital Skill Programme with in a year, yesterday the firm announced it had reached the one million milestone it had set/predicted. The company on reaching its desired target has set itself to train even...