In 2019, CTIN kicks off its breakfast series which is intended to offer a platform for collective information sharing / learning; profiling of innovative initiatives and practices; and topical civic tech community conversation and networking. The first session is inviting a look-in and conversation on interesting initiatives that are “putting local data together” in innovative ways to help solve complex public management, planning and administration issues.
- Gauteng Big Data Initiative– Mahomed Mohamed, Gauteng Department of e-Government
- The Community Tapestry sandpit — Bev Russell, Social Surveys Africa
- Spatial data initiatives — Kang’ethe Matheri, Agizo Solutions
When: Wednesday, 17 April 2019
When: Tshimologong Digital Innovation Precinct, 41 Juta Street, Braamfontein