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Women in Tech: The Pipeline

The lack of gender balance in tech is not a pipeline problem.

Women leave tech at more than twice the rate men do and research into why they leave… 292 more words

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Aisha Pandor - The Geneticist

Aisha Pandor is yet another UCT alumni to be featured in Dubeniq Editorial in celebration of Women this month of August.

Pandor, who completed her PhD in Human Genetics (UCT), was named as one of the Mail and Guardian newspaper’s 200 Young South Africans and received South African Women in Science Award in 2011. 309 more words

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Why The World Need More Women In Technology?

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Women in Tech: Visibility

I was just contacted by a middle school teacher in California who’s looking for photos and bios of women in technology to share with her students. 604 more words

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Uh-oh! Crowdfunded social robot Jibo won't now ship outside North America

Jibo, a cutesy social robot pitched to crowdfunders in mid 2014 as ‘the world’s first social robot’ but since delayed and yet to arrive in the market some nine months after its original due date, is now only going to ship to backers in the U.S. 671 more words


Upcoming Talks

On July 19th, a conference organizer from MIT reached out to me and invited me to speak at an upcoming Women in Tech conference at MIT Media Lab. 579 more words

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Lumka Msibi - The Rocket Scientist

“It’s not rocket science!” That’s a phrase you probably shouldn’t use with Lumka Msibi, because chances are, it is.

From our lovely vibrant Soweto to the dynamic heart of Silicon Valley, is 25 year old Lumka Msibi, a Systems Engineer at NASA, an internationally award-winning Aeronautical Engineer and Global Speaker. 431 more words

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