The introduction of e-learning components, such as Moodle, supports students and adds tremendous value to the students’ learning experience. Through this platform, students can receive their learning material electronically upon registration. Those who have Internet connectivity can access their study guides, information books and past papers through online platforms, including a mobile application site and e-learning hubs such as Moodle. Online assessments can be conducted and students have the opportunity to submit their assignments by uploading these to the e-learning platform. These e-learning components, together with mobile applications, have contributed greatly to increasing the exchange of information, communication and support between students and lecturers.