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IITPSA calls for universal access to support youth development

Institute in strong position despite ‘interesting’ times The Institute of Information Technology Professionals South Africa (IITPSA) has urged a concerted effort to take digital access to every South African, to support youth development and small business growth. Speaking at the IITPSA’s first online AGM this week, IITPSA President Thabo Mashegoane highlighted the Institute’s focus on […]

IITPSA calls for universal access to support youth development

Institute in strong position despite ‘interesting’ times The Institute of Information Technology Professionals South Africa (IITPSA) has urged a concerted effort to take digital access to every South African, to support youth development and small business growth. Speaking at the IITPSA’s first online AGM this week, IITPSA President Thabo Mashegoane highlighted the Institute’s focus on […]

2020 Call for Nomination of Members to serve as Non-Executive Directors on the Board of IITPSA NPC (1958/001036/08)

  The next Annual General Meeting of IITPSA NPC (Institute of Information Technology Professionals South Africa) will take place on Tuesday 18 August 2020 (at 17h00) online.   In terms of the current, approved Memorandum of Incorporation of the IITPSA:   7.3.1 One half (1/2) of the non-executive Directors of IITPSA retires from office at […]

KZN Chapter Committee re-elected, new member added

KZN Chapter Committee re-elected, new member added The IITPSA KwaZulu-Natal Chapter Committee was unanimously re-elected, and a sixth member added, during the Chapter’s first-ever virtual AGM. Re-elected were Chairman Marshall Masanga, and members Tiger Chapanduka, Senele Goba, Bryan Baxter and John Singh. Vishen Govender was duly elected and becomes the sixth member of the Chapter […]

Home Affairs outlines measures to deal with immigration (SANews.gov.za)

This article, published on Tuesday 14 April at www.sanews.gov.za, will be of interest to many of our members who have either applied for, or have acquired, critical skills visas to work in South Africa in the ICT profession.   “The Department of Home Affairs has outlined temporary measures that have been put in place to […]

Operational continuity during lockdown

Dear Members and Associates On 23 March 2020, President Cyril Ramaphosa announced the escalation of measures that had been implemented 9 days earlier in response to the COVID-19 pandemic by declaring a nationwide lockdown to take effect from 26 March 2020. This will cause significant disruption to our daily lives and will severely impact the […]

ICT employers and professionals invited to have their say in 2019 Skills Survey

Wits University’s Joburg Centre for Software Engineering (JCSE) in partnership with the Institute of Information Technology Professionals South Africa (IITPSA), are calling on ICT employers and practitioners to participate in a survey of skills trends in the South African ICT sector.    The tenth edition of the survey aims to gain a clear understanding of […]

Call for Nomination of Members to serve as Non-Executive Directors on the Board of IITPSA NPC (1958/001036/08)

  The next Annual General Meeting of IITPSA NPC (Institute of Information Technology Professionals South Africa) will take place on Wednesday 31 July 2019 (at 17h00 for 17h30) in Johannesburg.   In terms of the current, approved Memorandum of Incorporation of the IITPSA:   7.3.1 One half (1/2) of the non-executive Directors of IITPSA retires from […]

CEO’s Communiqué April 2019

The past month has seen several references and allegations around potentially unethical behaviour on the part of ICT systems solutions providers and administrators. It is unfortunate that the actions of a few can potentially tarnish the image of the many professionals who work tirelessly, professionally and ethically across the country. Worse, unethical or unprofessional conduct […]

CEO’s Communiqué – February 2019

Just over one and a half months into 2019, and this year is shaping up to be a spectacular one for the Institute. As our President has alluded to in her President’s Podium, we are looking at appointing some senior people to help drive our initiatives and carry out our plans for the year…. and […]

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