Opportunity RoundUp – 16 September 2015

SA non-profits can now use Google products for free. 
Any NPO registered with the Department of Social Development can apply to join the program on the Google for Non-profits website. This is a useful opportunity for social entrepreneurs.
www.RobotScience.co.za where teenagers learn to build robots from electronic parts
After you visit rAge, take the kids to AfrikaBot 2016. The official launch of AfrikaBot 2016 “the world’s most affordable robotics competition” will be held on 3 October 2015 10h00 to 16h00 at Zwartkops Raceway near Centurion, Pretoria. This event will be open to the public, and all high school, college and university undergraduates are invited to attend this prestigious event where they will be able to learn more about how to build an AfrikaBot entry in a series of presentations and workshops.
home-coded: Sponsored space at rAge Expo for game developers.
Cool initiative to showcase local gaming talent. You know what to do!
Random Hack of Kindness РShip a Product in Two Days 
Tech4Africa has something for the coders. A two day workshop that gets you coding and shipping. Entrance is free, but space is limited.
Seed Academy | Courses – Think. Be. Do – Seed Academy
The ever popular (and incredibly useful) Think.Be.Do. course is open for applications. In 10 weeks, you can move from your fuzzy idea to pitching to investors.
Philips Innovation Fellows Competition (Primary Healthcare)
Improving healthcare in South Africa is a tremendously important goal. If you have an idea to improve primary healthcare in South Africa, the Philips Innovation Fellows Competition offers an interesting opportunity.
Ideas Pitching Platform | WIN your share of R100,000 – Launchlab
Launch Lab has a pitching competition. They are looking for startups in the following categories: Payments and Big Data, Paid Media, Cleantech, Agritech, Education and Exceptional.