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Innovation Meets Education: HKPC and QEF’s EdTech Initiative

The Hong Kong Productivity Council (HKPC) has recently announced a collaborative effort with the Quality Education Fund (QEF) to jointly promote the e-Learning Ancillary Facilities Programme (the Programme). In its role as a strategic partner of the QEF, HKPC will...

Kenya’s First Virtual University Launches

Kenya| The launch of Kenya's first fully-fledged online university is a milestone achievement for Africa's education sector, one that is surely to spearhead a movement towards online education that will establish it as a new norm across the African...

Orange Launches E-Health Platform in Côte d’Ivoire

Orange Telecom, the French, pan-African telecommunications Group has partnered with Moroccan e-health startup DabaDoc to launch the Orange Santé ("Orange Health") platform in Côte d'Ivoire, West Africa. Orange Santé is a platform dedicated to the health ecosystem in Africa which...

Trace and the Mastercard Foundation Launch Free Learning App for Young Africans

On Thursday, Trace and the Mastercard Foundation launched Trace Academia, a free-to-use, interactive, mobile-based learning application that aims to enable 26 million young Africans to acquire on-demand, market-relevant skills. Trace Academia is available on Android and iOS and has already...

Why More Retailers Are Turning to E-Learning for Staff Development

While the economic effects of the COVID-19 pandemic have been nothing short of catastrophic for some industries, the retail sector has managed to hold firm amid the crisis. As much as industries like tourism and hospitality have been decimated by...

South African E-Learning Unicorn Raises $200-Million in Series D Round

Go1, one of the world’s largest corporate education content hubs for on-demand training and resources, recently announced a $200-million Series D round - valuing the company at more than $1-billion. The online learning platform, co-founded by South African Melvyn Lubega...

Challenges Faced in South Africa Haven’t Stopped Its Race to Join a Digital Future

The health of the IT landscape in South Africa and the country's position in both the continental and worldwide markets could come into question. But we really need to be looking within our borders as to how South Africa will...

E-Learning Has Changed Education in Africa Forever

E-learning has changed the face of education forever, thanks to COVID-19, and there's no going back to the way things were. At the beginning of the pandemic, education institutes across Europe, Africa and the Middle East had to adjust very...

6 Surprising Future Tech Norms Shaped by the Pandemic

The move to handling essential elements of everyday life online, prompted by the global COVID-19 pandemic, will remain a fundamental reality for people around the world long after the pandemic has passed, a comprehensive new consumer report by Ericsson...

How COVID-19 Has Changed E-Learning Forever

E-learning has changed. Much of this change is due to COVID-19, and there’s no going back to the way we were before, however, many organisations may want to do so. "COVID arrived and new technology came to the fore - like...
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