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The Allure of Launching an Ed-Tech Startup

Launching an ed-tech startup in a sector criticized for lagging in technology adoption is tempting. However, the window of opportunity can be lost without fast execution, quick testing, and direct marketing. Challenges Faced by South African Founders During the Covid pandemic...

Social TV partners Education Innovation Summit 2019

  Social TV has been named as a media partner for the upcoming Education Innovation Summit. EISummit19 looks to connect the dots between the ever-evolving technological landscape and the state of the education sector nationally and internationally. By taking into...

Partners for Possibility joins Education Innovation Summit 2019

  Partners for Possibility (PfP) has been confirmed as a strategic partner for the upcoming Education Innovation Summit 2019. PfP is the flagship programme of Symphonia for South Africa (SSA), a national non-profit organisation, based in Bellville, Cape Town, with...

Coding should be taught at an early age says experts

There is a lot of talk in South Africa about the Fourth Industrial Revolution (4IR) and the need for education in the country to start preparing learners for the future world of work from a young age. Unfortunately, in...

Major education event set to tackle 4th Industrial Revolution

On the 29th May 2019, IT News Africa is set to host the 4th annual Education Innovation Summit at the Hilton Hotel, Sandton. This year’s conference will focus on the exploration of emerging educational technology trends and aim to...

South Africa: Fundi opens flagship store in Johannesburg

Finance and education fund management solutions company, Fundi opened a new flagship store in Johannesburg on Thursday, 07 February. Featuring the latest edu-tech solutions, the store will bring the brand critically closer to learners, students, academics and strategic stakeholders in...
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Top 2 valuable telecoms in South Africa: Brand Finance

MTN remains South Africa’s most valuable brand, notwithstanding an 8% decline in its worth year-on-year, now standing at under...
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