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Interoperability within the African EdTech space

Looking at how the pandemic exposed the technology knowledge asymmetry in the African education landscape. At the height of the pandemic, well-resourced private schools across the continent seamlessly converted to remote learning whilst the majority of learners were left with no means to continue with their education programmes. In the rush to procure education technology, …

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Gender Equality

As much as I grew up with sisters only, I picked up from other families that brothers were treated ‘differently’. It was as though they deserved more. It was at the University of the Witwatersrand where I learned that gender is important beyond body parts; it can be used for and against you, it is …

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Let’s talk about potential: Are you dating him or his résumé?

When love and the relationship becomes less about the person and more about their accomplishments. My mother completed her Master’s degree six years before I was born. My father’s highest level of education is his high school diploma. When they married, my father was a utility serviceman for a power company. He also worked odd …

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