Engage – Inspire – Advance

EduWeek is your only all-encompassing industry event in the African education sector, bringing together 170 leading companies and over 5,500 attendees from the African education community.

Whether your interest lies in Early Childhood Development, Basic Education, TVET & Higher Education or Inclusive Education there will be a two-day programme packed full of knowledge building theatre discussions, interactive demonstrations and networking sessions, tailored just for you.

EduWeek is celebrating its 12th year in advancing education in Africa and we would like to invite you to come and join us on the 15th and 16th of June at the TicketPro Dome for an educational event like no other. With 170 exhibitors offering the latest products and services from digital technology to educational toys to curriculum content, why not come and see, try and buy the latest educational products and services within Africa.
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EduWeek will be presenting a wide range of local and international speakers to help give you that extra boost through though evoking topics along with amazing panel sessions and interactive discussions. Visit our website for more information on our speakers and topics.

New to EduWeek this year. We’re pleased to invite the parents as well, to come and celebrate youth day with us Saturday (16th June) afternoon and get involved with advancing education in Africa.

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