Learn how to pitch ideas, represent yourself online, communicate professionally and work with online collaboration tools.
Apply your coding skills to issues you are interested in. You will learn how to tackle complex problems using the design thinking process.
Explore future options by meeting different companies doing exciting things with technology. We offer career testing and connect you to our network of study institutions and bursary programs.
We equip high potential female learners with the coding, problem solving and life skills that will allow them to leverage technology to contribute meaningfully to South Africa’s innovation system. The program exposes young women to how technology can be used for social innovation and helps them navigate critical study decisions.
Our Awards & Recognition
Code4CT’s founder was awarded the Queen’s Young Leaders Award for her work towards social justice which she received in June 2015 from her Majesty the Queen at Buckingham Palace.read more
Code4CT is selected as one of 28 organizations in 16 countries receiving a 2016 Google RISE Award.read more
Code4CT founder is listed by Mail and Guardian as one of South Africa’s Top 200 citizensread more
Code4CT is awarded for it’s role in creating social change in South Africa.read more
Fast Company features Code4CT’s founder as one of South Africa’s Top 30 Under 30read more
Inspiring fifty selects Emma Dicks as on of the 50 most inspiring women of the South Africanread more
Code4CT in the Media
SABC tells the story of Kholiswa Ntshinga who graduated from Code for Cape Town and went on to study web development at CodeSpace Academy and now works as a junior web developerread more
SABC visited our annual Code Camp in July 2017 .read more
Espresso Show visit our classes to find out about our program.read more
LeadSA a do-good initiative started by KFM Radio interviews Emma on her work in empowering young women through codingread more
Director and Founder, Emma Dicks is chosen as one of The Superbalist 100 for her work in the tech industry.read more
HecticNine9 visits two of our coders during Industry Immersions to see what they are codingread more
For Mandela Day, Code4CT took part in an exciting collaboration with Aerobotics, a start-up company based in Cape Town, which resulted in a one-day workshop.read more
Code for Cape Town’s Grade 11 coding class was hosted by How We Might’s Chris Metcalfe.read more
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