Tag Archives: UNISA

South Africa Government Qualifications

Dumbing down South Africa

Unisa’s plan to let struggling students write open-book exams from home is the latest example of how South Africa is getting dumbed down.

University exams

Unisa will let struggling students write open-book exams at home

The University of South Africa will allow certain students to write open-book tests in order help them graduate.

Zandile Ellen Tshabalala

Ellen Tshabalala has no degree, period: Unisa

The University of South Africa responded to SABC chair Ellen Tshabalala’s claims, saying that she has never completed or graduated with qualifications that she registered for

SABC Please Stand By Test Pattern

I will not step down, I am not guilty of anything: SABC chair

SABC chairwoman Ellen Tshabalala refuses to step down, saying she has done nothing wrong

Zandile Ellen Tshabalala

I’ll show you my qualification: SABC chair

SABC chairwoman Ellen Tshabalala’s legal team will review a decision to remove her, and will probably apply for leave to appeal, she said on Friday

Mobile world

3GB mobile data for R100 – students only

Unisa students stand to enjoy savings on mobile data in a special six month deal

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Random Hacks of Kindness South Africa: December 2012

Calling all South African hackers, software developers, and designers – RHoK SA needs you!

Meraka Institute

10Gbps SANReN Tshwane fibre optic network celebrated

R36 million Tshwane fibre optic network which was completed in March officially launched by CSIR and Department of Science and Technology

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Innovation hub opens in Cape Town

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A multi-use innovation hub, designed to showcase solutions to South African and African problems, was launched at the V&A Waterfront on Wednesday.

Uncapped ADSL fair use and throttling in South Africa

South Africa ISPs

An insight into the state of uncapped ADSL in South Africa.

The most hyped technologies in the world

A staff of Nihonbinary shows an Acrylonitrile butadiene styrene pylon which is printed by the 3D printer MakerBot Replicator 2X during the International Robot Exhibition 2013 in Tokyo November 8, 2013. Japanese entrepreneurs are building businesses based on 3D printing, showing the sort of pioneering spirit Prime Minister Shinzo Abe hopes can revitalise a calcified economy. Whether these entrepreneurs can lay the foundations for a new era in Japanese products though may depend on whether Abe can tear down barriers in a wider business culture that shuns risk and supports the status quo. Picture taken November 8, 2013. To match story JAPAN-ECONOMY/3DPRINTER   REUTERS/Yuya Shino (JAPAN - Tags: BUSINESS)

Gartner’s 2015 hype cycle for emerging technologies identifies the computing innovations that organisations should watch.

ShowMax video and sound problems, app support

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ShowMax has responded to questions regarding some of the teething problems it’s been having.

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