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Government of Zimbabwe Embraces Google Digital Skills Training Program
On Wednesday the 15th of March 2017, the Government of Zimbabwe officially gave a green light to the Google Digital Skills program. Deputy Minister for Information Communication Technology, Postal and Courier Services, Hon Deputy Minister Dr. W. Mlambo (MP) officially launched the program in Harare yesterday evening.
CSZ February Event: Local Bitcoin exchange says it processed US $100,000 in 2016. Targets $1M by 2018
Local Bitcoin exchange BitCoinFundi says it processed about US $100,000 worth of transactions in 2016. The exchange founder and CEO, Tawanda Kembo, says they have been growing their total transaction value by about 16% month on month and are looking to reach $1 million annual transactions by 2018.
TKembo was speaking at an event hosted by the Computer Society of Zimbabwe yesterday titled “Banking and Finance: Discussing Current Problems and ICT Solutions“.
ICDL Celebrates 20 years: 20 THINGS YOU DIDN’T KNOW ABOUT ICDL / ECDL
THE BIRTH OF THE EUROPEAN/ITERNATIONAL COMPUTER DRIVING LICENCE
The Computer Driving Licence (CDL), is a certification tool consisting of a modular set of IT tests. It was launched in Finland in January 1994, by the Finnish Computer Association (FIPA) and the Finnish Information Technology Development Centre (TIEKE).
During the first year, 10,000 people were certified and it was expanded into the pan-European European Computer Driving Licence (ECDL) in August of 1996.
ATTRACTING AND ADVANCING WOMEN IN ICT
BY ADMIN IN FUNCTIONS
As the world celebrates International Women’s day in the month of March, the Computer Society of Zimbabwe has dedicated March 2017 as the month for Women in ICT and their communities.
We seek to promote, assist, and increase the visibility of women in ICT, and highlight the opportunities that exist for other women.
As we celebrate the women, we should also remeber the underpriviledged girls and women, therefore lets donate sanitary ware for the disadvantaged women and girls during and before the event. Bring your donnations to the event or drop them at CSZ Offices at number 6 baines avenue, Harare or call +263 4 250489.
Do not miss this event
Computer Society of Zimbabwe (CSZ) is an Internationally recognized professional body for Zimbabwe's community of ICT professionals.
The Computer Society of Zimbabwe was founded in 1974 with one objective, that of benefiting the Computer Industry and all people who work in it. The Society's aims were to educate the general public on the use and development of Electronic Data Processing, today more widely known as Information Technology. It set itself up to bring people using computers together, to set up standards within the industry and to promote computers and their use in scientific and commercial environments.The developments in the Information Technology Industry over the last two decades have meant that the Computer Society of Zimbabwe has had to examine and update its position in the light of these developments.
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