We build mobile solutions to engage and empower African language speakers

What We Do

For Africans, by Africans, about Africans

We build mobile solutions that engage African users in their own languages:

  • Through our iAfrika website we engage directly with African language speakers in their own languages.
  • Through our Diji e-learning website we upskill African language speakers through online micro-courses in their own languages.

iAfrika is a mobile website of African culture, customs and history in African languages. Each month it receives over 125, 000 visitors who look at its pages over 550, 000 times. In the last year, iAfrika users have completed 16, 000 surveys.

Do you want to engage African language speakers in their own languages through marketing and surveys?

Diji is an e-learning platform where African language speakers learn in their mother tongue languages. Courses are short, easy to complete and focus on skills development. 

Do you want to empower African language speakers to learn in their own languages through targeted micro-courses?

Case Studies

Market research and engagement in African languages

We conducted over 14, 500 surveys with iAfrika users to learn more about them and their interests.

We then partnered with companies to offer them relevant products and services.

All in their own languages.

R & D:
e-Learning in African languages

We conducted over 2, 000 surveys to find out if people were interested in learning in their own language, and what they wanted to learn.

We then developed online courses to address learners’ needs.

All in their own languages.

Our Team

Mpumi Zulu

Mpumi has over 18 years of experience in the media industry – print, broadcasting and digital. She is an all-rounder, having worked as journalist, copy editor, managing editor, newsroom & production manager, mentor and editor.

Siboniso Langa

Siboniso Langa is a Zulu content generator, researcher and practising poet. His work focuses on Zulu oral and material culture, its promotion and preservation. He holds an Honours degree in Community and Development studies from the University of KwaZulu-Natal (UKZN).

Thabile Zulu

Thabile is a translator, writer, editor and content manager. She has experience working on news, cultural and e-learning websites, as well as running social media campaigns.

Grant McNulty

Grant runs iAfrika Digital. He is an experienced project manager and researcher of African culture and languages. He has an MA in Zulu and a PhD in Social Anthropology (UCT).


We run Sweet Life, SA’s largest online diabetes community. iAfrika sent 30 times more traffic to our Zulu website pages. Recommended!

– Pitsi Dipela

iAfrika Digital helped us at Sanga Collection to learn about segments of our audience and how to engage them. They can help you too.

– Ryan Braude

Contact Us

Send us a message. One of our team members will get right back to you.

You can also call us: Mon -Fri, 9am-5pm SAST.

+27 76 419 8587