The Geekulcha initiatives are designed to stimulate, celebrate and grow the Innovation capacity within the Maker/Developer ecosystem.
Geekulcha Makers enables electronics students to connect, learn, share and put skills to real use. Its aim is to create a society more of producers than consumers.
Young, skilled, creative and ambitious tech minds meet to connect with each other, share knowledge, collaborate on projects, network with industry leaders, obtain training to further improve and enhance their skills and put that newly acquired skills to work.
The world is getting more connected and smarter. Geekulcha has setout a journey to get the Maker/Developer community to grow with world and help man-kind adapt easily
Various projects have been developed to prove concepts, provide a need and inspire the next generation. ...
Used as a platform to monitor the progression of learners from high school to tertiary level and then to the job market so that the transition is made easy.
The main focus is on skills development and fostering entrepreneurship and innovation that will make them be active leaders of the Information and Communications Technology (ICT) industry. ...
Arduino Day is a worldwide celebration of Arduino's birthday. It's a 24 hours-long event organized directly by the community, or by the Arduino team - where people interested in Arduino get together, share their experiences and learn more....
The digital world is not safe. Attacks continue to come through and it can only get worse. Some of Geekulcha members have given talks but we need to take radical action.
There will be trainings and hackathons centered on building skills capacity in Cyber Security. ...
The Knowledge Economy and Innovation sub-programme of the Northern Cape Department of Economic Development and Tourism seeks to empower the youth through ICT and and Business/Entrepreneurs skills development.
Together, we established a youth programme that connects skateboarding and tech together for Innovation and creativity....
Responsive Cities Challenge
Aims to encourage developers, designers, researchers and entrepreneurs to use available open data from various cities across SA to develop apps, stories and visualisations that can help residents work better with local government.....