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New literacy education app launches
New literacy education app launchesArticle

Lyra, a new app-based education platform that uses innovative advanced speech recognition and touch screen analysis to teach reading and writing, has been launched by co-developers, WGI Worldwide Company and GE. Lyra will initially teach users how to read and write in English, and will be offered for free to people most in need of literacy skills...

9 Sep 2020

Learn to read in SA's 11 official languages with Feed the Monster app
Learn to read in SA's 11 official languages with Feed the Monster appArticle

Bellavista S.H.A.R.E. has partnered with the MTN Foundation and Curious Learning to launch the Feed the Monster app, which presents reading instruction in a variety of different languages, in South Africa...

15 Apr 2020

A call for all to support small businesses
A call for all to support small businessesArticle

Annie McWalter, CEO of SAICA enterprise development, recently shared a TEX Talk-style presentation on the macro-environment of entrepreneurship in South Africa, addressing our performance by positing potential solutions...

Leigh Andrews, Issued by SAICA 5 Nov 2019

Early reading programme to empower SA
Early reading programme to empower SAArticle

Government is implementing an Early Grade Reading Programme, which consists of an integrated package of lesson plans, additional reading materials and professional support to Foundation Phase teachers...

21 Jun 2019

Why we need to take a lifelong approach to learning
Why we need to take a lifelong approach to learningArticle

As technological advancements continue to drive the global economy, linking the two aspects of learning - literacy and skills development - has become essential...

Jackie Carroll 13 Sep 2018

Broadband a small part of the solution to digital divide
Broadband a small part of the solution to digital divideArticle

It is evident that telecommunications and connectivity within developed countries is continually gaining impetus, becoming more advanced...

Eckart Zollner 21 Jan 2016

Sponsoring Indian arts in SAArticle

Sahara, a Proudly South African and fully empowered provider of information, communication and digital lifestyle technology, services and solutions, last week announced its sponsorship of the Shared Histories festival to celebrate India in South Africa 2007.

28 Aug 2007

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