Geekulcha Open For Innovation

Author: Nkosana Ndlela What is innovation? The definition from dictionary “The process of translating an idea or invention into a good or service that creates value »

Systems Analysis

Authors: Claudio Manuel, Gundo Ligudu, Loyd Mafoo Twitter: @ClaudeElSousa, @GundoVictory2, @Loyd_NXK “It's easier to make a working system fast than to make a fast system »

Social Geeks

Written by Ms Oitumetse Lekana & Mrs Lungile Mohale Follow us Twitter: @lekanao and @siboluluMohale Do geeks have a social life? Hell yeah. Days are gone »

Open Data Day - Kathu

Open Data Day is a gathering of citizens in cities around the world to write applications, liberate data, create visualizations and publish analyses using open public »

Building a Digital Kasi at #gkVacWork

Preparing and securing the skills of tomorrow means equipping young people with the relevant skills that will enable them to bring change in the world. Geekulcha, »

Innov8Makers for Business Sense

In collaboration with The Innovation Hub, the Geekulcha Maker Library Network hosted an event dedicated for Makers. Innov8 is a high-level networking event bringing expert matters »

Getting Geeky On #AfricaCodeWeek

Africa as a developing continent, needs to secure all the right skills as possible - coding is one of those skills. One of the initiatives behind »

#gkVacWork October 2016

Yet another VacWork programme for high school learners took place to train and enable youngsters build products/services through ICT, 03 - 07 October. This time, »

Open Data Debate at #EMMHack

Data, a very popular trend right now and everyone is trying to understand and master the skill of working with data. Municipalities in particular, are gaining »

Mpumalanga Got Geekulchad

Geekulcha is a platform for ICT students where they connect, learn, share and put skills to real use. We are always looking for ways to reach »

Maker Librarians at Decorex 2016

Decorex SA, South Africa’s premier décor, design and lifestyle exhibition showcases in three cities –Durban, Cape Town and Joburg. The décor and design industry’s »