DigiCampus throws weight behind Woza Matrics programme
The Department of Basic Education partners with e-learning company DigiCampus, to support matric learners with television and e-learning content.
Curro Online gains traction as virtual learning takes off
The private school group says COVID-19 and the subsequent lockdown period shifted many parents’ mindset when it comes to online education.
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.