Proceedings of the NEMISA Digital Skills Summit and Colloquium 2024


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agent-based modelling, Agricultural Advisory Services, Agricultural productivity, Artificial Intelligence4, Automation, Broadcasting2, Capability Approach, citizens, Community Radio, content creators, convergence, Critical Success Factors, Cross-selling, curriculum, Cybersecurity capabilities, Cybersecurity in Education, cybersecurity perceptions, cybersecurity well-being, Decision Support Management, Decision Support Systems, Developing countries., digital inclusion, Digital innovations, digital literacy, Digital Revolution, digital services, digital skills5, Digital skills gap, Digital Transformation3, Education 5.0, Employment, employment opportunities2, Empowerment theory, ethics, Financial Sector, Government, Health Insurance Customer Records, higher education, Higher Education Institutions, Human Capital Development, ICT infrastructure, inequality, Intelligent Systems, Internet Accessibility, IT skills, job susceptibility, keywords, Labor Sector, machine learning, Medium-sized organisations, mobileDNA, Model Evaluation matrix, Multiple Linear Regression, policy intervention, prediction, public sector, Reskilling, Robo-Advisors, Smartphone usage, Socio-economic factors, South Africa, strategies, sustainable agriculture, Textile Industry, The Future of Work, Trust, Unemployment, Upskilling, Youth