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Riovic has launched Anzani Institute, a complete online academic institution where users can take advantage of various learning materials in a virtual classroom. The platform will distribute content focusing on topics that threaten jobs, such as artificial intelligence and cultivate innovative thinking in the South African labour force.

“We would like to take the opportunities of education to as many people as we can by using technology. We believe in exhausting all of technology’s abilities to make life better,”

says Phiwa Nkambule, co-founder of Riovic.

Users will be able to register free and lectures will be delivered through video on the platform. Users can take quizzes, tests and exams on the platform and a certificate of completion is generated, after every successful completion subjects. Everything can be done at the user’s pace.

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