Welcome to the Tshimologong Precinct. Setswana for “new beginnings”, Tshimologong is one of Johannesburg’s newest high-tech addresses in the vibrant inner-city district of Braamfontein, where the incubation of Digital entrepreneurs, commercialization of research and the development of high-level digital skills for students, working professionals and unemployed youth takes place.
We exist to fulfil our “Africa Rising” destiny by producing world class developers, entrepreneurs and innovators of digital technology. The Tshimologong Precinct is a digital innovation ecosystem in Braamfontein that propels entrepreneurship and grows the skills pipeline for the digital economy through collaboration with academia, corporates, government and entrepreneurs. Tshimologong provides an exemplar for similar University-based incubators across Africa.
Are you working on something that you think could reshape media or journalism in South Africa? Do you have skills you could apply to creating great new media? Do you have the energy and commitment to create something great? If this is you, then you should apply for the JAMLab Accelerator Programme. Apply HERE To […]
Call for application for a chance to win R500k from IBM in the IBM Startup Bootcamp
Tshimologong Precinct’s Enterprise Development Manager, Shaun Randles spoke to Abongile ‘Abs’ Nzelenzele on Cape Talk’s Early Breakfast Show about the IBM Startup Bootcamp on 18 September 2018
The “Know your Tech” series hosted at Tshimologong Precinct kicks off with an interactive session on Artificial Intelligence. Join us this week as we peel off the layers that make up the plain-sight mystery that is AI. Next week, we look at IoT – another session that you will not want to miss
IBM South Africa and Tshimologong Digital Innovation Precinct have come together to bring you an opportunity to earn your startup an investment worth R500 000 to grow and scale in the IBM Startup Bootcamp
The Fak’ugesi African Digital Innovation Festival, “Tap Your Afro Source Code”, has announced the line-up of its 2018 programme promising to yet again transform Johannesburg into a celebration of technology, creativity and innovation from across the African continent.
Join us for a FREE session with Joe Haslam, the co-founder of five companies on Wednesday 24 October from 11am to 2pm at the Tshimologong Digital Innovation Precinct. RSVP at email@example.com Marrakech, the first company he co-founded, raised over $75m in Venture Capital and scaled to over 250 people. He is now the co-founder and Chairman […]