SA parents want their kids to learn online and in classrooms

Recent lockdown conditions threw the gauntlet down at South Africa's education system: adapt to the online world quickly to keep up with the syllabus during unforeseen circumstances, or face stalling learning completely, compromising the future of South Africa's...

Dis-Chem extends e-learning to clinic staff

Following a successful e-learning pilot programme tailored for its pharmacy staff, Dis-Chem Pharmacies has extended its online training and knowledge development programme to clinic sisters. Since inception in April this year, over 2000 pharmacists, dispensary staff,...

Vox, Protea Glen College equip disabled students with IT skills

Vox has announced an extension of its investment into the development of IT support skills for previously disadvantaged disabled learners at the Protea Glen College in Soweto. The company was the first to roll out fibre-to-the-home infrastructure in this part of South...

Adaptive learning online high school launches in SA

Independent school Bridge House and edtech company Digemy, have joined forces to create ConnectEd, believed to be the first Independent Examinations Board (IEB) curriculum online high school in Africa to use a dynamic adaptive learning platform. The school will launch...