reHealthAfrica is dedicated to building a sustainable mHealth & Wellness ecosystem in South Africa, with the aim of expanding programmes and support into Africa.
As a hub we provide space for our or partner activities and also invite independent programmes focusing on mHealth, mWellness, medTech and digital health solutions and innovations to connect.
Through our partnership with CSIR we make available research and other knowledge to help inspire, direct and grow the ecosystem.
And our partnership with mLab Southern Africa gives our community access to resources, opportunities to participate in the local seasons of DEMOLA and apply to the mLab accelerators.
For University Students & Unemployed Graduates: Co-Create Innovative Solutions with Industry Partners
DEMOLA is a co-creation programme that matches multi disciplinary university students and unemployed graduates to partner on creating innovative solutions for real industry challenges. Qualifying participants get to work with industry representatives and ultimately own the Intellectual Property. DEMOLA is the perfect programme to gain experience, differentiate yourself in the jobs market or create the IP on which you can build a startup.
mLab Accelerator Programme & Funding
Join our 2017 Acceleration Programme in Tshwane & Cape Town.
New Startups are selected through an application process by applying below. Growth Startups are selected through MTN App Awards, SLUSH, reHealthAfrica or DEMOLA
Qualifying Startups will be invited to the Accelerator and must be able to attend a 14 week day (Monday to Friday) programme at either the mLab in Tshwane or Cape Town. No exceptions.
The Accelerator will conclude with a pitching day to the investment panel and Startups who successfully secure funding through the accelerator pitch will be granted additional resources, including hosted space at the lab for a further 3 months to achieve their investment milestones.
Applications are now open and can be completed by clicking the “Apply” button below. You will be linked to the official TIA application page and be required to register and complete your application process there.
App startups, including those who focus on mobile, Internet of Things and wearable devices, can apply to participate in this accelerator and will have an opportunity to qualify for a grant of up to R500,000.00 (Five Hundred Thousand Rand).