Make Impact, while Supercharging Your Business Productivity.

eJobsAfrica is on a mission to empower African youth to participate in the digital economy. We present to you an opportunity to make an impact in Africa while transforming your business.

"There is nothing like an idea whose time has come."

The idea of training African youth to participate in the gig economy was birthed in Ghana over a decade ago, though at the time there wasn’t adequate infrastructure to support initial efforts.


A decade later, things have changed – and for the better!


With the current spate of digital revolution and the increasing popularity of remote work amid a global pandemic, there is no better time to launch this decade-long dream. In the words of Victor Hugo, “There is nothing like an idea whose time has come.”

The Case for Unemployed African College Graduates

We ask:


“If we upskill unemployed African college graduates with digital skills for remote work…


… and approach business owners and solopreneurs interested in the development of Africa to outsource their digital work…


…can we provide reliable and dignified work to the graduates, while at the same time giving the business owner 50-100% more value than they would have gained from a typical freelance site?”

Key Partners

“If I can see further, it is by standing on the shoulders of giants”

Sir Isaac Newton

eJobsAfrica, an initiative of Whizzy Academy – Ghana, provides the much needed bridge between online marketers, coaches/consultants, and side hustlers that need help with Virtual Assistant services and the talented youth of Africa yearning to make a difference with their (dormant?) skills.


Whiles the “eJobsAfrica concept” has been a decade-long dream, its fulfillment has happened within a surprisingly short period of time, thanks to our key partner Africa Trade Desk, Canada and collaborators such as MEST Africa and Freelance University. Indeed, if we have come far, it is only because we stood and continue to stand on the shoulders of these visionary organizations who believed in us.