Campus iTversity students, Otshepeng Mashele and
Ronald Qobolo, teamed up with Expotech
Industries Founder, Joël Tiogo, to participate
in the WRC Symposium Hackathon last month.
Students were tasked to come up with innovative
technological solutions to the water and
sanitation challenges facing the African
continent. According to UN-Water, "Half of the
people who drink water from unsafe sources live
in Africa. In Sub-Saharan Africa alone, only 24%
of the population have access to safe drinking
On 10 November 2017, Belgium Campus celebrated the
3rd-year students’ innovation projects. This event gave the students an opportunity to
showcase the various projects they have been developing throughout the year.
The annual event allows students to flaunt their skills as well as advocate the
flexibility and adaptability of IT. The different projects on showed how IT can provide
solutions to a very wide range of societal challenges.