Building Community Hackathon Partners
DreamGirls Academy is a sisterhood of empowered women driven to empower other teen girls and young women. We support young females to move from economic dependency to self-sufficiency and become positive contributing members of a thriving society. We offer a wide range of female empowerment services in the form of structured mentorship programmes, personal development coaching, empowerment workshops & events, corporate employee volunteer programmes, financial study aid and outreach projects
TechPearls is a global platform that provides valuable opportunities for Women in STEM to learn from each other, form partnerships and strategic alliances.
Future Females is a platform that connects, inspires and supports existing and aspiring female entrepreneurs. We are women that break the mould and think bigger. We want more and take action to get it.
Our goal is to solve the radical gender inequality in early-stage investment management and deployment. We believe that 50% of early- stage funding should be managed by women, and invested into women owned or co-founded businesses.
Founded in 2003 by Baratang Miya with a single purpose — to Empower women and girls to be the best they can be, by giving girls from disadvantaged backgrounds the power and skills to pursue careers in tech and build a long and lasting successful career in the tech industry. Our empowering environment allows students to master the skills and knowledge they need to begin a new career in tech. We are committed to preparing everyone one of our students to become tomorrow’s inquisitive problem-solvers,collaborative leaders, and innovative entrepreneurs.
We provide advisory services, research, convenings, workshops and connections to make sure that you can embrace and catalyse exponential technologies for impact.
Quirky 30 NPC has developed a powerful, impactful model. We have a bold vision of turning impoverished communities and prisons from gangster-ridden crime hubs offering very few opportunities and hope into dynamic and vibrant tech hubs which can have a national and global impact.
Tech Recruitment Specialists in Cape Town.
With over 14 years of experience, Nu Beginnings has built solid partnerships with top companies in Cape Town and is well-known in the industry to be well-respected Recruiters. Nu Beginning’s focus is on creating the best recruitment experience for their business partners as well as candidates.
The official Tourism, Trade and Investment Promotion Agency for Cape Town & the Western Cape, marketing the destination globally.We help grow the economy of the Western Cape through destination marketing, investment and trade opportunities to benefit the people of the Western Cape.
We use the power of technology to help you achieve great things in the digital age. As a member of the NTT Group, we accelerate your ambitions through digital infrastructure, hybrid cloud, workspaces for tomorrow, and cybersecurity. We deliver wherever you are, at every stage of your technology journey.
We help businesses keep pace with digital change by delivering solutions that create new revenue opportunities and/or improve internal operating models.
In our bid for world pizza domination, we at Butlers put 100% into making, baking and delivering the best pizza possible. So, if you find your pizza, or our service, anything less than 100% perfect, let us know straight away. We’ll go that extra smile to put it right, 100% right.
Tshimologong Digital Precinct
Established by the University of the Witwatersrand in September 2016, the Tshimologong Digital Innovation Precinct is mandated to source, accommodate and nurture digital innovation and skills. Setswana for “new beginnings”, Tshimologong Precinct connects the ecosystem that repositions Africa in the 4th Industrial Revolution with the aim of commercializing world-class African digital innovation.
Established in 1976, Rape Crisis is the most experienced organisation in South Africa working in the area of adult rape and sexual violence. Our roots are as a volunteer run feminist women’s collective, but we were compelled by the changing fundraising climate of the early 1990s to develop into a professionally staffed organisation. We obtained NPO registration in 1997 and maintained our focus on the empowerment of women. We have a national reputation for unique and innovative best practices models and our work consists of a range of projects that include direct services to survivors of rape and sexual violence, popular education and advocacy as essential components of a well-developed theory of change.
Our relationship with government, particularly at the provincial level, is collaborative (we share spaces at courts and health facilities with government service providers) but also challenging because we observe that government does not always serve the best interests of rape survivors. Our close connection with the communities we serve gives us capacity for social mobilisation and our strong network of partners in civil society gives us support for lobbying influential role players at both the national and provincial levels of government.
With the support of the communities we serve, our partners, and by utilising well researched information, we develop strategies to address flaws in the criminal justice system in order to ensure better support for complainants. Our offices in Khayelitsha, Athlone and Observatory reflect the diverse demographics of the clients and communities we serve.