Siya Kolisi partners with iStore to drive digital learning
Apple’s iStore SA collaborates with iSchoolAfrica and Springboks captain Siya Kolisi to support matrics with e-learning kits and run online workshops.
Naspers eyes bigger market share in educational tech
The company strengthens its education tech business through expansion and investing a further combined R1 billion in two start-ups.
Curro online school promises tough security measures
The private education group allays fears of potential e-learning security risks, saying its online learning system is secure.
Lockdown diary: Adrian van Eeden, Gordon Institute of Business Science
The Gordon Institute of Business Science’s students had to overcome many e-learning challenges during the lockdown, says CIO Adrian van Eeden.
Student body, lecturers oppose e-learning approach, demand halt
University representatives put mounting pressure on government to delay e-learning, claiming the digital divide robs many students of a fair and equal learning opportunity.
E-learning gains further momentum as support grows
In a bid to help people enhance their skills during the lockdown and maintain social distancing, more firms work to boost virtual learning initiatives.
ECape matrics to get SIMs pre-loaded with data for e-learning
MTN Business partners with the Eastern Cape Department of Education to boost virtual education efforts for grade 12s during the lockdown.
E-learning policy flaws hinder tech value in classrooms
Edtech policies fail to fulfil their promise to enhance teaching and learning in classrooms across the globe.