A female-founded South African startup and legal technology company has launched a service called Life.file which helps people create, store and share the legal information loved ones will need when they die.
Nigerian AI-based ed-tech solution Gradely is an adaptive learning app that recommends video lessons, practice questions and on-demand tutors to help students master challenging subject areas.
- Raxio Group announces data center investment in Mozambique
Maputo, Friday, July 9, 2021
- Ethio telecom and Ericsson launch 4G network for South West Ethiopia
Friday, June 25, 2021
- Three Google programs to bolster African innovation and female entrepreneurship
Johannesburg, Tuesday, June 22, 2021
This article, in collaboration with the African Journal of Science, Technology, Innovation and Development, explores the collaborative work experience of robotics and human workers in the automobile industry in South Africa.
This month, Omdia's analysts provide context and analysis about Nigeria's Twitter ban, the privatization of Ethio Telecom and Vivendi's fiber plans in Burkina Faso.
Mastercard's Imelda Ngunzu talks to Connecting Africa about how digital payment solutions and mobile money are transforming the lives of small business owners, women and marginalized groups in East Africa.
GirlCode co-founder and CFO Tinyiko Simbine talks about why it's important to help girls and young women excel in science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM) fields.
Poa Internet's CEO Andy Halsall shares his views on what it takes to develop last-mile connectivity and get Africans online in a meaningful way.
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As nations begin to look beyond the crisis of COVID-19 to the new future of work, an opportunity to leverage this disruption as a powerful catalyst for positive change exists – one that could reshape the future and provide more accessible, fair, and impactful digital education and training.
In this webinar, we focus on how digital skills can enhance human capital and help realise the extraordinary potential of intelligent, 4IR-ready African workforces.
Key topics include:
- Importance of having more than basic digital skills – upskilling & reskilling
- Championing access to online educational resources – affordable and reliable internet, electricity and hardware
- Future career options for industry specific roles: Cloud, AI, industrial IoT, big data analytics
- Education 4.0: How updating educational curricula is key for growth
- The importance of progressive, industry-driven educational policy frameworks