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On 2 July  2016, De Wet Naude from SAP University Alliances Africa, participated in the Belgium Campus  ITversity 2016 Open Day.  Belgium Campus (www.belgiumcampus.ac.za) is a private IT university situated in the north of Pretoria,

Dear Ann, On 16 and 17 May 2016, Professors and Lecturers converged in Cape Town, South Africa, for the 2nd ESEFA (www.esefa.ac.za) Members Workshop. The 38 delegates represented 13 universities from 10 African countries, i.e.

This 3-year Public-Private-Partnership project, with SAP University Alliances, the University of Cape Town’s Information Systems Department and the Otto-von-Guericke University (OvGU) of Magdeburg (Germany) as the main role-players, kicked off in September 2013. The project

On 20 February 2016, SAP University Alliances collaborated with SAP CSR by participating in the 2016 Youth Expo, held at the Soweto campus of the University of Johannesburg. The expo is part of a series

There has long been a need to bring together all the Enterprise Systems Education for Africa (ESEFA) member universities to discuss the current status of the project, issues currently being dealt with and the future

The Enterprise Systems Education for Africa (ESEFA) project participated in the Department of Information Systems at University of Cape Town (UCT) project day on 14 October 2015. Third year and fourth year Systems Development group’s

On 3 October 2015, De Wet Naude and Kwena Mabotja from SAP University Alliances Africa, participated in the Belgium Campus Career Day.  Belgium Campus (www.belgiumcampus.ac.za) is a private IT university situated in the north of

Approximately 50 students were trained at the University of Pretoria (UP) with the Enterprise Systems Education for Africa (ESEFA) curriculum in the week of 5 to 10 October 2015.  Two groups, one from the Engineering

Since the roll-out of the Enterprise System Education for Africa (ESEFA) to 10 African countries was effected, there has been a need for an opportunity where member universities can discuss the current status of the

(Posted on behalf of Tania Prinsloo from the University of Pretoria, South Africa) To take advantage of the collaboration possibilities between different universities forming part of the ESEFA project, I visited the Polytechnic of Namibia