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Global coding school Le Wagon launches in Cape Town

Global coding school, Le Wagon,will launch this week in Cape Town , South Africa, in partnership with the Red & Yellow...

Vodacom’s coding programme inspires more young girls to enter STEM fields

Vodacom has announced that its #CodeLikeAGirl programme which is designed to bridge the gender digital gap in South Africa, is experiencing...

e-Learning revenue to hit $149 billion in 2022 – report

Online education has become a prominent industry during the past decade. According to the numbers presented by StockApps.com, the online education...

South African Moya app gives youths datafree access to education and job searches

A recent survey by Open Dialogue revealed that young unemployed South Africans were spending around R1,300 a month on employment searches,...

Enabling e-learning through public-business sector partnerships

While e-learning has been gradually introduced into South Africa’s public education system over the years, the transition from the traditional ways...

How Visa is empowering businesses through practical business skills

Digital payments company Visa, has entered a partnership with Trace Academia, a mobile-based learning application that aims to enable 26 million...

Digital literacy program upskills 1.8m young learners

The 2021 edition of SAP Africa Code Week (ACW) saw more than 1.8m young people between the ages...

Why digital transformation of education holds mixed implications for developing countries

Covid-19 brought about rapid digital disruption of delivery of educational content. The acceleration of digitalisation in education has created both threats...

Africell rolls out SMS-led online learning tool in Sierra Leone

TeachMi, a technology platform created and piloted by Africell and Eneza Education, makes quality teaching and instant feedback available to millions of...

New free learning app to reach 26 million young Africans

Global multimedia platform Trace and the Mastercard Foundation, have launched Trace Academia, a free-to-use, interactive, mobile-based learning application that aims to...

Safaricom partners Zeraki Learning to help students access affordable education

Kenya’s leading network operator Safaricom, has announced a partnership with Zeraki Learning to enable secondary school learners access affordable education services...

Telkom partners Mpumalanga Dept of Education to digitally equip matric learners

Telkom has partnered with the Mpumalanga Department of Education as a mobile connectivity partner as the province launched its e-learning programme...

Microsoft opens $27 million tech hub in Kenya

Tech giant Microsoft has unveiled new $27 million Africa Development Centre in Nairobi, Kenya, which is one of the largest software...

New social media app connecting African students launched

A new social media app 'PS Remember' that connects past present and future students in over 2.5 million schools has been...

Cisco, National Library of South Africa partner to boost skills development

Cisco and the National Library of South Africa (NLSA) are launching a series of digital learning hubs across the country. The...

First cohort of African startups selected for the FAST digital transformation program

Flapmax, in partnership with Microsoft, has announced the twelve companies selected for the first cohort of the FAST startup accelerator, created to...

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