Econet Wireless Zimbabwe has launched a digital-learning platform called “Ruzivo”, an online interactive digital learning-platform targeted at both primary and secondary students to complement Government’s efforts in providing education resources to help improve the pass rate. It is the first such on-line educational portal to be launched in Zimbabwe.
Ruzivo contains locally developed digitalised academic content including interactive lessons, exercises and tests.
The packages can be used both in the classroom for lessons and at home for revisions and once a child gets started, Ruzivo will keep his or her progress in all exercises and tests.
Launching Ruzivo, Econet Wireless CEO Douglas Mboweni said, “At Econet we believe that investing in the education of our children is key to unlocking the nation’s economic prosperity across all sectors. Zimbabwe is rated amongst the top literate countries in Africa and we would like to see that great achievement maintained for this and future generations.
“Ruzivo offers affordable access to quality education for learners. We have developed Ruzivo as a low-cost high-quality education model which is accessible across the country,” he said.
Mr Mboweni said the investment for either school packages for classroom environment or individual packages for home use is only $2 per student for the whole month.
“We invite parents and guardians to invest in the future of their children with Ruzivo and begin to experience a smart way of learning by simply logging on to www.ruzivodigitallearning.co.zw for details on registration process,” he added.