Coffee, pizza and bandwidth…

  The launch of the Tshimologong Precinct on 1 September 2016 created something of a media buzz… eNCA led the way with an article titled ‘Coffee, pizza, bandwidth – Braamfontein tech hub opens‘ and Independent Online published their story: “Wits launches digital innovation hub“. For a look at the fantastic coverage on the Precinct launch, Read more about Coffee, pizza and bandwidth…[…]

2015 – what a year it was!

For the team at the JCSE, 2015 was definitely a milestone year. Take a look back at some of the highlights… The creation of ‘The DIZ’ – a fantastic space for creatives, innovators and programmers to get together and do what they do best. The Transformation of the Braamfontein IT Precinct continued with a vengeance Read more about 2015 – what a year it was![…]

Professor Barry Dwolatzky features on 702

702, 25 June 2015: TSHIMOLOGONG PRECINCT IN BRAAMFONTEIN WILL SOON BE HOME TO TECH SAVVY FOLKS Two years ago, Wits University embarked on a programme to establish the digital technology hub – The Tshimologong Precinct, which will provide a space for skills development in the software and digital technology sector. Tshimologong is the Sesotho phrase Read more about Professor Barry Dwolatzky features on 702[…]

A strategic partnership: The Tshimologong Precinct and Telkom

In this video clip: Professor Barry Dwolatzky announces that Telkom have come on board as a strategic partner in the Tshimologong Precinct. Telkom are sponsoring the co-working space (the old nightclub area known as the iClub).

Tshimologong features in ENCA Youth Day video

  The Tshimologong Precinct features in a video put together by ENCA for Youth Month 2014. The video clip titled: Technology paves the way for future generations takes a look at engineering local solutions for global problems as presenter, Yusuf Omar, goes on a quest to take a look at how innovation is changing lives Read more about Tshimologong features in ENCA Youth Day video[…]

Tshimologong Precinct: Plans for 2014

In this video clip, Professor Barry Dwolatzky talks about his plans and expectations for the Tshimologong Precinct in 2014. The Tshimologong Precinct is a developing IT hub and workspace in Braamfontein, Johannesburg, and there are big things on the cards for 2014.  Professor Barry Dwolatzky says: ‘The key plan for 2014 is to start the Read more about Tshimologong Precinct: Plans for 2014[…]

Tshimologong Precinct Founders Event

The Tshimologong Precinct Founders Event took place on 31 October 2013. It was an opportunity for Professor Barry Dwolatzky to share his vision for an innovative new-age IT hub in Braamfontein with various potential stakeholders. ‘Tonight is our first big fundraising event,’ said Dwolatzky, ‘It’s an event that is trying to get people to commit Read more about Tshimologong Precinct Founders Event[…]

Silicon Valley in Braamies…why not?

Professor Barry Dwolatzky’s goal of creating a Silicon Valley in Braamfontein is a pretty large vision, but for the interns from the Wits Joburg Centre for Software Engineering (JCSE) it’s only a matter of time before this dream becomes a reality. The fact is that in order to thrive, students and young adults entering the workspace Read more about Silicon Valley in Braamies…why not?[…]

47 Juta Street

47 Juta Street is open for Business

The first building in the Tshimologong Precinct that is up and running is number 47 Juta Street, and Professor Barry Dwolatzky, the man behind the vision for this IT hub in Johannesburg, is pleased to see real progress. He says: ‘We moved into number 47 Juta Street, which is on the corner of Juta and Read more about 47 Juta Street is open for Business[…]

Tshimologong Precinct – Vision

In this video, shot in June 2013, Professor Barry Dwolatzky from the Wits JCSE (Johannesburg School of Software Engineering) talks about his vision for the Tshimologong Precinct in Braamfontein, Johannesburg. He says the broad vision is not just for the precinct, but for the whole of Braamfontein. Click on the links to see the BEFORE Read more about Tshimologong Precinct – Vision[…]