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African e-Learning service providers at the top of their class

According to an article published on IT NEWS AFRICA, with South African media reports claiming that space is limited at public tertiary education institutions, the reality facing many who have matriculated is that whilst their efforts may have earned university exemption, they may not necessarily have secured a place.



Given the challenges that are faced by individuals seeking to acquire tertiary education, particularly in terms of affordability and limited spaces available, eLearning or technology-driven distance education is increasing in popularity and is being taken more seriously across the continent.

To illustrate, the annual elearning Africa Conference, which brings together eLearning and ICT supported education and training professionals is scheduled for Kampala, Uganda in May 2014.  According to its website, eLearning Africa 2013 in Windhoek, Namibia, attracted 1,480 education and training practitioners from 65 countries.

We present a list of credible service providers focused on education, including those that are associated with business or entrepreneurial skills development. These ventures feature on this list based on the strength of their online profiles, accreditation and range of courses available.

Read more on IT NEWS AFRICA

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