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6 African EdTech startups selected for Cape Town-based Injini programme

Six African ed-tech startups have been selected for the fourth edition of the Cape Town-based Injini incubator, which provides access to advisory services and ZAR100,000 (US$6,800) in grant funding.

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Applications open for the fourth cohort of Injini EdTech Incubator

According to Cohort 3 participant, Mvelo Hlophe, who is the Founder and CEO of Zaio, “We also met great mentors that continue to help us.” To startups considering applying, he says, “You should apply."


EdTech start-ups can apply for incubation programme

African EdTech start-ups aiming to improve educational outcomes on the continent can apply to take part in the fourth cohort of Injini's incubation programme.

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Nigerian Startup Excels After Participating in EdTech Incubator

It was a tweet from the founder of Cohort 2 participant, Scholar X, about how the Injini programme helped his business move to the next phase that led Farida Kabir, the CEO of OTRAC, to apply for a spot in Cohort 3. 


Should Your EdTech Startup Apply for Injini Cohort 4?

Do you have a technology-driven or technology-enabled innovation that could improve educational outcomes in Africa? Are you looking to take your early-stage startup to the next level? 

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8 African EdTech Startups Selected for Latest Injini Cohort

Eight ed-tech startups from five African countries have been chosen to take part in the latest Injini accelerator programme in Cape Town, securing access to various support services and ZAR100,000 each in grant funding...


Meet the Eight African EdTech Startups in Injini’s Third Cohort

The eight startups are from Kenya, Nigeria, South Africa, Tanzania and Zambia. During the four-month programme, the eight will receive support from industry experts and business mentors.


Why the World’s Youngest Continent Got an Edtech Accelerator

Humanity’s future may well be in Africa, where 60 percent of the population are under the age of 25. Yet their prospects are perilous...


The Best EdTech Accelerators Around the World

If you have ambitious plans to start a new edtech company or scale one you already have launched in 2019, the good news is that there is a growing network of support available...


SA EdTech Startup Eyes Expansion After Raising Angel Round

South African ed-tech startup Zelda is looking at expansion to other African countries and Europe on the back of raising an angel round and seeing strong organic uptake.


Kenyan M-Shule Wins Second Place at Global Edtech Startup Awards

Nairobi-based eLearning platform M-Shule last night clinched the runner up spot at the 2017 Global Edtech Startup Awards (GESA) held in London...

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