This month has been a busy one for the Tshimologong Digital Innovation Precinct.
The organisation has signed official partnership agreements with the French National Audiovisual Institute (INA) and the French Society of Authors, Composers and Publishers of Music (SACEM).
Channel Africa’s Asanda Beda caugt up with two of the ten Digital Lab Africa project winners , Lwazi Msipha, the founder of Old Fashioned Youngin South African winner in the Animation category and Shaka Ramulifho, for project SUNKAMBE winner in the Digital Music category. Lwazi and Shaka’s interview starts at 2:42 mins Listen here
On April 27, President Obama and Graça Machel discussed Nelson Mandela’s legacy and the future of Africa as a part of the Mandela 100 Legacy celebration dinner at the National Museum of African American History and Culture. The conversation was moderated by Tshimologong CEO, Lesley Williams,
Siemens CEO for Southern and Eastern Africa Sabine Dall’Omo says failing to position the mining sector in South Africa within discussions about the Fourth Industrial Revolution means remaining stagnant on the path towards industrialisation.
Johannesburg based innovation hub Tshimologong and its Digital Content Hub will be well represented at the Festival, first through the presence of Isabelle Rorke – animation expert at Tshimologong – as speaker of CTIAF industry programme. In addition, three experts of the third edition of Digital Lab Africa (DLA) are featured in the programme as speakers: Lesego Vorster, founder and CEO of The Hidden Hand Studio animation company, Isaac Mogajane, Co-founder and Head of Development for Diprente Films and Stuart Forrest, CEO of Triggerfish Animation, they are all collaborating with the DLA mentorship programme in the Animation category as mentors.
26 February 2019 5:10 AM
Abongile Nzelenzele speaks to Kendal Makgamathe Head of Marketing, Tshimologong Precinct