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Digify Africa celebrated its tenth anniversary on the 21st of September in a panel discussion hosted by Social Entrepreneur Hlubi Mboya with Digify Africa Founder and CEO Gavin Weale and Digify Africa COO Qhakaza Mohare.
The purpose of the celebration and panel discussion was to reflect on Digify Africa’s milestones over the past ten years and share invaluable insights on Africa’s current digital skills landscape.
Founded in 2011, Digify Africa is a youth-led organisation that delivers impact-driven digital skills training to young people across Africa. The organisation offers various free training programmes that speak to different training needs.
Digify Africa has trained more than 100 000 young people and has built a strong footprint across the continent with its programmes running in South Africa, Nigeria and Kenya.
Digify Founder and CEO Gavin Weale said there’s so much work to still do on addressing the digital divide in Africa. “We are determined to keep pushing and do even more in the next decade”.
Digify Africa COO, Qhakaza Mohare said they believe that digital skills can be a crucial driver of job creation. “Impact-driven training initiatives like ours play a critical role in promoting digital inclusion across all communities”.