Gone are the days of chalkboards and letter posting in the developed world. The sale and consumption of hard-copy books is fast dwindling at the hand of the Kindle and other eReaders. If Wikipedia were to be published as a book it would be over two million pages long. There are now even babies in Egypt named “Facebook.”
3D graphics has reached a point beyond comprehension…
How were you taught to learn? Does this sound familiar?
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I grew up during the time when learning only involved teachers, textbooks and chalkboards. Yes, it seems that, will eventually become the new 'I walked barefoot to school.' There was no Google or The internets as we now know it. Research involved going to the library scribbling notes or photocopying. The photo copier was our trump-card.
So I can't but wonder how different…
Mobile telecommunications company Vodacom, has joined forces with an ICT entrepreneur in Khayelitsha to drive mobile internet connectivity in the Western Cape. Through this partnership, Silulo Ulutho Technologies, a small entrepreneurial business focusing on ICT solutions in the townships, hopes to make internet accessible to tens of thousands of people who currently have little or no connectivity.
Luvuyo Rani, founder of Silulo Ulutho Technologies, says that there is a high…Continue
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"You know, I do believe in magic. I was born and raised in a magic time, in a magic town, among magicians.…Continue
Four years ago Dr. Taddy Blecher, disillusioned by the cycle of poverty which exists in South Africa, began a crusade to create a free university system for our disadvantaged youth. He believed that all human beings should have equal opportunities and access…Continue
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