A new proposed series of workshops will teach South Africa’s young people about business fundamentals, how the economy works, and what they can do to contribute to it.
Since matriculating, Eduardo Meyer has always returned home to assist matriculants and school leavers with guidance relating to skills development and career choices.
Matt’s Foundation assists in making a difference in the lives of many underprivileged children in the Vaal Triangle. This non-profit organization provides children with basic needs like food, clothes, toiletries, special education and medical needs.
Fezile Mtati and others from the Sprit of Youth organisation are starting a project in Katlehong to reduce the mentality of dependency among South Africans, and to show people that it is possible to better their standard of living on their own.
Francina Rammabi of Shoman Sebenzani Development Initiative is a remarkable woman who has contributed to her community in the areas of HIV/Aids care, education and environmental preservation.
Over a hundred matriculants flocked to the Ster Kinekor at Sandton City to attend EduC8, an innovative maths and science revision programme where pre-recorded sessions are shown on the big screen.
Kelvin Kamanga Plays his Part in the community of Vrygrond, Cape Town, by keep youth off the street by giving them the opportunity to play local league football.
A Cape Town start-up has won an international competition for documenting the importance of Open Education Resources, a system that uses freely available digital materials for teaching, learning and research.
The University of Johannesburg cricket club has adopted a strong stance against rhino poaching and will be coming out to bat for the endangered creatures this season, with all the university's teams wearing a kit bearing the "stop rhino poaching now" logo at all their fixtures.
The second season of Play Your Part TV series is proving to be popular with viewers, and is now among the top 30 most viewed programmes on terrestrial channels in July.