Oct 17 2019

Celebrating our Teachers

by Adapt IT
October 5 marked World Teachers’ Day, aimed at appreciating, assessing and improving the educators of the world. The day enables a worldwide celebration of the teaching profession, and addresses some of the issues central for attracting and keeping the brightest talents in the profession....Read More
Oct 16 2019

IITPSA announces 2019 President’s Awards shortlist

by Adapt IT
The Institute for Information Technology Professionals South Africa (IITPSA) has announced the finalists for the 2019 IITPSA President’s Awards, revealing a field of top veterans and innovators in the running for the ICT sector’s most coveted awards....Read More
Oct 14 2019

Adapt IT's year of introspection pays off

by Adapt IT
South African JSE-listed enterprise software and services provider Adapt IT has capitalised on its year of 'introspection and consolidation' and increased its revenue by 14% to R1,438-billion, comprising 5% organic growth from continuing operations and 9% from acquisitions....Read More
Oct 14 2019

LISTEN | Adapt IT taking lessons from rivals on keeping state tenders clean

by Adapt IT
Listed technology group Adapt IT is improving its governance processes after allegations of tender irregularities have rocked some of its rivals....Read More
Oct 14 2019

Adapt IT annual profit slides

by Adapt IT
Adapt IT, the listed technology business, will focus on bringing down its debt levels in the coming months after its net gearing ratio rose to 65 per cent. The software services group reported an 8 per cent fall in headline earnings per share to 57.27 cents for the year ended June 30, 2019.The company says revenue growth comprised of 5 per cent organic growth from continuing operations and 9 per cent from acquisitions. Adapt IT CEO, Sbu Shabalala joins CNBC Africa for more....Read More
Oct 13 2019

ADAPT IT Hackathon - Helping grow young talent

by Adapt IT
On the 28th of September 2019, computer science students from Wits University Johannesburg, South Africa, participated in the Adapt IT | Telecoms Social Good Hackathon. The students had 10 hours to build a FINTECH Solution using code and epic brain matter. This included building a "Taxi Money" project where they made use of a mobile wallet and QR codes to exchange money in the system. They also got a chance to play the role of a Bank, User-Agent and Service Provider. Towards the end of the event, Adapt IT awarded two students vacation work. These two lucky students will get mentored and get a chance to be a part of the Adapt IT team. I would like to give special thanks to Ndamu Gumane for all this effort and hard work in organizing this event. We look forward to the next one…...Read More