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Q&A with South African athlete Akani Simbine

South African sprinter Akani Simbine recently set a new record and now he is dreaming of Olympic glory. The 22-year-old, who broke the South...

South Africans off to summit Kili for Caring4Girls

Each step to summit Mount Kilimanjaro, no matter how slowly it is taken, will be for beneficiaries of Caring4Girls, says Melissa Rehbock. She is...

Breakfast boost for school children

Children are delighted to be able to receive breakfast at school. (Image:Breakfast for Better Days)Many disadvantaged school children will reap the benefits of a...
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WEF on Africa 2016: Digital technology in schools

What problems can be solved by the use of digital technology in schools? This was one of the questions discussed at the World Economic Forum on Africa in Kigali. Speakers from across the world gave their insights into how digital technology could improve learning inside and outside classrooms.

South Africa High Commissioner to the UK visit to Rugby School and Museum

South Africa’s High Commissioner to the UK, HE Obed Thembinkosi Mlaba will visit the Rugby School and Museum today, ahead of the 450th Anniversary of the Popular Sport (Rugby) in 2017.

Wings help children fly

KNF---thumbThe Kgosi Neighbourhood Foundation and its sponsor, DRA, help the impoverished children and their families in the Joburg inner city suburb of Jeppestown.

760 learners will look smart thanks to Trust’s uniform

The new school year is underway and the Peermont Childrens Trust (PCT), one of Peermont Global’s flagship Corporate Social Investment (CSI) programmes, is once again busy giving less fortunate primary school learners new uniforms as part of its support of nine after school care centres in Ekurhuleni.

NPO encourages critical thinking in schools

TSSA thumbThinking Schools South Africa helps schools to build critical thinking into the curriculum. This way, pupils learn to do more than simply learn by rote. Instead, the students graduate with thinking skills necessary for problem solving.

Chapel Street School food garden serves many purposes

edible---thumbThe large food garden at Chapel Street Primary School in Cape Town produces 10kg of fresh produce daily, which supplements the school feeding scheme. The garden is also used in the biology curriculum, to offer gardening as an extramural, and as a way to teach the children about caring.

Go For Gold from education to work

STUDENTS---thumbSchool pupils with an aptitude for maths and science are helped with their studies and personal growth to get into university. The mentoring does not stop there; the students are helped throughout their journey all the way to landing a job as a graduate.

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