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Are you interested in software development? Well, WeThinkCode is looking for bright young people to join their NQF level 5 training programme to become software developers. Here is how you can apply.


“Never in a million years would I have imagined” are words now uttered by Prudence Mahlangu who's life was completely changed through WeThinkCode_. Here's her success story with WeThinkCode_.


WomenThinkCode_ was established to grow the number of women software programmers in the technology sector. WeThinkCode_ has placed hundreds of talented individuals within numerous local and international partner companies across a range of industries. Here's Naledi Matutoane's WeThinkCode_ success story.


WeThinkCode_ is an independent South African software training academy for coding with the mission to train Africa’s next generation of software engineers. Here's Zenani Zwane’s story of becoming a WeThinkCode_ student.


WeThinkCode_'s mission is to train Africa’s next generation of software engineers and, in so doing, drive the digitisation of African business. Here's Sicelo's WeThinkCode_ success story.


WeThinkCode_ searches out the sharpest young minds in underserved populations, connects them with global thought leaders and cutting-edge technologies and moulds them into excellent software developer. Rego Senne’s journey to becoming a student there.


WeThinkCode_ is an independent South African software training academy that was launched in 2015 and welcomed its first coding students in May 2016. WeThinkCode_ has generated many success stories such as Octavia Moyo's,


WeThinkCode_ is an independent South African software training academy that was launched in 2015 and welcomed its first coding students in May 2016. One such student is Nokwanda Mondlana who gave us her recipe for success.


WeThinkCode_ is a software development academy which recruits South African youth, between 17 and 35 years of age, to get to learn how to code. Here's Michelle Tyutu's, who is in her first year at WeThinkCode_ , story.


WeThinkCode_ is a software development academy which recruits South African youth, between 17 and 35 years of age, to get to learn how to code. Here's Koelthum Arend's, who is a second-year student at WeThinkCode_, story.


WeThinkCode_ is an independent South African software training academy that was launched in 2015 and welcomed its first coding students in May 2016. WeThinkCode_ has placed hundreds of talented individuals within numerous local and international partner companies across a range of industries. Here's Chandler's story with WeThinkCode_.


Athenkosi Nomavila  breaks the mould of the typical computer nerd. With his bravery to change his career path, he reached success with WeThinkCode_.


No coding experience? No problem. Our peer-to-peer learning environment will give you the support you need to become a rockstar programmer! Secure your spot for 2022! Apply today to join WeThinkCode.


Careers Portal had a chat with Tinyiko, from GirlCode, where we spoke about coding, female empowerment and the future of tech! To know all about GirlCode and how they can help you have a successful career in coding, continue reading.


If you are interested in paving a career in coding and you're a female, GirlCode might be the perfect place for you. Here's how to apply to their Coding Bootcamp.


GirlCode is committed to getting more females on the ground when it comes to the coding industry. Careers Portal spoke to GirlCode about all things coding and female empowerment.


Tinyiko, from GirlCode, sat down with Careers Portal to talk coding, female empowerment and the future of tech! GirlCode aims to close the gap seen with a chronic shortage of skills and lack of women in tech. 


WeThinkCode_ is re-coding the future of women in technology. They have now achieved their target of recruiting at least 50% women in its student intake, realising their gender parity goal.


Nyari Samushonga, CEO of WeThinkCode_, sat down with Careers Portal to talk about coding, the importance of cultivating South Africa’s digital talent and tuition-free education. If you're interested in joining WeThinkCode-, we also have insight into how to apply.


Interested in a career in software development and coding? Nyari Samushonga, CEO of WeThinkCode_, shared with Careers Portal what inspired her to start coding.


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