Africa Education Market
November 2019

Africa’s largest online learning platform raises $28 million. EdTech incubator Injini holds demo days while its alumni raises R500K.

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Africa's largest online degree platform raises $28 million in a bid to grow student enrolments from 16000 to over a 100000 and open 5 additional African campuses. EdTech incubator Injini held demo days that included seven startups pitching their ideas. Meanwhile, Injini's alumni Zelda learning raised R500K in investment. However, Nigerian government unlikely to meet demand for current education as it advises universities to use private public partnerships.

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