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Art helps children paint a better future

An unusual art programme is being championed in South Africa to help children in disadvantaged schools access a more rounded education. At the same time, they are growing in self-esteem and self-confidence, and learning business skills as well.

Huawei, Khulisani bring ICT skills to the disabled

Huawei South Africa has partnered with Khulisani to launch a mbile ICT training centre project to provide computer skills training to schools for underprivileged, disabled children in south Gauteng.

Career day goes to the cinema

Various professions will be explored in a number of film episodes screened at select Ster-Kinekor cinemas, in an initiative to help underprivileged high school pupils make useful career choices.
New uniforms for needy pupils

Three for one in education

Three private schools in Johannesburg are extending a helping hand to a smaller school for underprivileged pupils, and the positive results of their work are evidence of a strong network with no end in sight.

Three for one in education

Three private schools in Johannesburg are extending a helping hand to a smaller school for underprivileged pupils, and the positive results of their work are evidence of a strong network with no end in sight.
Pupils have a blast with Mathletes

Hero's farewell for Helen Suzman

Air show gives wings to young dreams

The Port Elizabeth Air Show hosted at the end of October at the Algoa Flying Club, next to the city’s airport, once again helped to give wings to the dreams of underprivileged children.
Ninety years on golden wings

Bikers gear up for Toy Run 2010

South Africa’s Toy Run is an annual motorcycle charity event that helps collect and distribute donations for underprivileged children – and, by doing so, boosts the reputation of the biking fraternity in the country.

DVD scheme to help poor schools

Lead SA, the new nation-building campaign, has set up a scheme to distribute educational DVDs to 100 schools in some of South Africa’s underprivileged areas.
Poor schools score textbooks

DVD scheme to help poor schools

Lead SA, the new nation-building campaign, has set up a scheme to distribute educational DVDs to 100 schools in some of South Africa’s underprivileged areas.

South African families give back on Mandela Day

Families across South Africa are gearing up to embrace the spirit of Mandela Day on 18 July and make a difference in the lives of those less fortunate.
Education focus of Mandela Day 2010

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