New initiative to support EdTech entrepreneurs

Injini, a non-profit organisation founded in part by the Cape Innovation and Technology Initiative, has introduced a research division as an avenue to produce and distribute research and insights on SA’s EdTech landscape.

The non-profit is known as Africa’s EdTech accelerator and exists for the sole purpose of increasing the quality, access and relevance of education throughout Sub-Saharan Africa.

According to the organisation, the new EdTech “Think Tank” seeks to support EdTech entrepreneurs through relevant market research,and advocate for innovation in education.

It will also bolster corporate initiatives in achieving their commitments toward educational outcomes through evidence-based research and engagement with policymakers in SA and across the African continent, it notes.

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Fiona Tabraham

Fiona Tabraham is a strategic workforce development expert with a career founded on a resolute commitment to inclusivity, talent nurturing, and societal impact. Chief Executive of CAPACITI Digital Career Accelerator, Fiona’s passion for equity has charted pathways across numerous organisations, guiding bespoke Talent Initiatives, Future Leadership Development Programs, and transformative Career Pathway Development. Her tenure at Network Rail bore inclusive talent strategies, STEM advocacy, and innovative Graduate, Apprentice, and Internship initiatives. A trusted partner to a number of governmental, corporate and impact driven entities, Fiona empowers individuals and organisations, fostering diverse recruitment practices and innovative talent strategies. Fiona’s impact transcends the tech sector, positioning her as a leading voice for inclusive digital career initiatives.