A collection of books ranging from design to tinkering forms part of the Maker Library Network structure and open to all for reading.
Enabling a space for makers to make and ecourage co-creativity at Hackathons, the main space, skate parks and in pop-up events.
The Maker Library Network celebrates human achievement and showcases the creative work of various makers in the maker ecosystem.
UK, Nigeria, ZA makers toured Soweto for the start of the Geekulcha Maker Library Network in Gauteng.
Makers hosted Intel training based on the Intel RealSense at the Vaal University of Technology.
Empowering young girls into ICT in Ga-Rankuwa
DrawBots to empower young makers in Kimberley through the contintal week of coding in Africa.
Makers meet Skaters - putting Tech onto skateboards and attracting more young people into Science and Technology.
Biggest hackathon in the country with over 220 Geeks, the Maker Library Network had maker room for IoT projects.
Maker librarians mentored the finalists of the SAB KickStart ignnite makerthon challenge.
Hosted in Sandton, Maker Librarian, Tiyani Nghonyama was amongst the speakers of the conference for teachers to adapt into makerspaces.
Hosted at The Innovation Hub, over 80 makers gathered to make with Arduino tools and gotten inspired by various speakers and industry leaders.
An interactive intersections conference at the University of Johannesburg, Mixo and Tiyani were amongst the speakers.
Makers had set up station at the highly participated Decorex 2016 event in Johannesburg.
Is Africa built for Innovation? Tiyani was amongst the panelists of the panelists of the leadersship summit hosted by the Engineers Without Boarders.
Standard Bank youth EXPO - Tiyani was amongst the speakers to the youth.
Tiyani and Sina spoke at the Makers workshop organized at Tshwane University of Technology with Open AIR researchers from across Africa.
Mixo was invited and spoken at the Mozilla Festival in 2016. He shared how shared peoplea and makers are doing things in South Africa.
Hosted in Midrand, Maker Librarian, Tiyani Nghonyama was amongst the speakers of the conference for delegates to adapt into makerspaces.
An Open Data challenge for 4 South African cities collaborating with the Open Data Institute (ODI) London.
Maker Librarians hosted a workshop and hosted at the South African Innovation Summit 2016 edition - Art meets Digital.
A delegation of lawyers from Germany checked out the Geekulcha Maker Library Network and other programmes.
The Mayor of Atlanta(USA), Mr Kasim Reed checked out the young makers at the gkVacWork programme hosted at The Innovation Hub.
Maker Librarians occupied the IBM makerspace at the launch of the 2nd research lab in Africa.
Young makers mentored by the Geekulcha Maker Librarians won R15 000.00 at the Hack4Water challenge with their smart tap solution.
SkateHacks Maker initiative featured on The New Age newspaper after the youth month tours in 2016.
MakerEdu Conference hosted in Sandton in 2016, Geekulcha mmakers featured on SABC Network talking about the projects.