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Government Virtual Schools: The Answer to Education Infrastructure Budget Cuts

Classroom demand for 2024 exceeds available space at schools across the country. Compounding the problem is the slashing of school infrastructure allocations by R1.7billion, which according to Equal Education, could have easily provided 2,991 additional classrooms. And while technology could...

Futurelect launches Civic Education learning platform for South Africans

A non-profit, non-partisan organization Futurelect, which focuses on promoting leadership development and active citizenship, is proud to unveil its ground-breaking Civic Education Programme, on a free and innovative online platform designed to engage  South Africans to be more active...

5 E-Learning Platforms that Should Be on Every Professional’s Radar

Several years ago, the term ‘upskill’ would have been considered corporate jargon. However, the recent transition from brick-and-mortar offices to virtual spaces has created an urgent need for professionals to prioritise continuous learning to remain relevant in the ever-changing workplace. The...

EdTech Company Launches Marketplace Platform for Teachers in Kenya

One of the leading global edtech companies Snapplify has launched its Teacha! brand in East Africa, making thousands of teaching resources immediately available to teachers. Using the Teacha! resource marketplace, teachers can buy and sell their teaching resources online. "There is a great...

Pranary Business School Teaches Entrepreneurs How to Get Investors

Cape Town, South Africa-based Pranary Business School has managed to help entrepreneurs and startups raise over $1.5 million in investments and has engaged with 50,000 entrepreneurs from 50 different countries since it launched in 2020 through online mentoring. The business...

African online learning platform raises $3.5 million

Edukoya, an Africa-focused online learning platform, has raised $3.5 million in a pre-seed round led by Target Global with strategic participation from angel investors including European and African founders such as Shola Akinlade - CEO and co-founder of Paystack...

Digify Africa Launches WhatsApp Learning Platform Giving Free Access to Digital Skills

Online learning has made significant strides in Africa over the past decade, but access to resources and high data costs remain a persistent challenge for young people in marginalised communities. This means that many are still not able to take...

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...

What Does Equal Access to Education Mean in the Digital Age?

The COVID-19 crisis, and the impact it has had on learning across the world, has highlighted many of the digital disparities which exist in today’s world. At a time when many of the world’s students shifted from physical to...

ProLabs Enables Campus Network Upgrades to Facilitate Online Learning

A number of key South African universities have reported good progress with online learning for their students since the COVID-19 pandemic resulted in the country’s lockdown situation. This is encouraging, as it means the wheels of learning are able...
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African Fintech Giant Ranked as Fastest-Growing

The world’s leading financial publication confirmed Moniepoint’s accolade in its annual “Africa’s Fastest Growing Companies” survey, released yesterday. It...
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