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Image: Key development issues take centre stage in a yearlong campaign by leading development organisation The Kagiso Trust embarked on a unique strategy by taking advantage of Black Economic Empowerment (BEE) and starting Kagiso Trust Investments (KTI) whe
Kagiso Trust (KT), which celebrates its 30th anniversary in 2015, is a “miracle” organisation that survived apartheid, changed its strategy and created billions of Rands to serve disadvantaged South Africans, says anti-apartheid activist and Kagiso Trust Chairman, Reverend Frank Chikane.   Read More...



COMPANY NEWS , Education
Image: Engen announces SA’s top Maths & Science School performers We identify, support, reward, recruit, train and develop high-potential candidates.

Engen Petroleum, the country’s favourite petrol station brand, this week revealed the names of its top students for 2014 in the Engen Maths & Science School (EMSS) programme.   Read More...




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Image: A brighter start for Lukhanyiso Pre-school This day signifies an opportunity where NGOs celebrate their achievements
Although townships are an intrinsic part of the history and current-day culture of South African society, due to their location – the outskirts of cities’ commercial and suburban centres – they continue to experience challenges, from unemployment and poverty, to a lack of access to basic resources and amenities   Read More...



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Image: Kagiso Trust kick-starts its 30th anniversary with a BNSDP Essay competition we celebrate 30 years of successful empowerment of poor and marginalised South Africans

To celebrate its 30th anniversary, Kagiso Trust has kick started its birthday celebrations with a Beyers Naudeì Schools Development Programme (BNSDP) Essay Competition which began this February 2015.   Read More...




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Image: CELEBRATE WORLD READ ALOUD DAY WITH NAL’IBALI AND GCINA MHLOPHE It is a great motivating force for children to feel the power of story and to want to learn to read.
Nal’ibali, the national reading-for-enjoyment campaign, is calling on all South Africans to join them in celebrating one of the most important dates in the literacy calendar, World Read Aloud Day, on Wednesday 04 March. Raising awareness of the importance of reading aloud for children’s literacy development, and attempting to break its read-aloud record from2014, the campaign is asking adults across the country to read aloud the same story on the same day to the children in their lives. Each year, Nal’ibali commissions a new story to share on this day, and makes it available in all 11 official languages. This year’s story has been written by one of South Africa’s best-loved storytellers, Gcina Mhlophe.   Read More...



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Image: Nal¹ibali highlights the importance of home languages this International Mother Tongue Day Stories in home languages allows children to build a deep understanding of their mother tongue.

Nal’ibali, the national reading-for-enjoyment campaign, has collaborated with SA rolemodels and public figures to highlight the importance of mother tongue languages inchildren’s literacy development this International Tongue Language Day, Saturday 21February.   Read More...




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Image: ORLANDO CHILDREN’S HOME RECEIVES 4 046 ITEMS OF STATIONERY AND UNIFORMS “The love that you have shown makes us truly and honestly delighted."

Soweto, Johannesburg: On Thursday, 12 February 2015, the Orlando’s Children’s Home received a donation of 4046 items of stationery and uniforms, to assist its children to go back to school with dignity and take their futures into their own hands. The handover followed the Back to School Swop Shop hosted by Southgate Mall from 16 January to 01 February 2015, where shoppers could donate new or used uniforms, backpacks, books and other stationery to assist the learners who could not afford the necessary items.   Read More...




COMPANY NEWS , Education
Image: BP’s investment in education continues to bear fruit - helping learners from disadvantaged backgrounds bridge the gap between high school and university

BP Southern Africa (BP SA) through the newly established BP Southern Africa Education Foundation Trust recently awarded scholarships to 19 students to pursue studies in the fields of Engineering, Science and Commerce at the University of the Witwatersrand (Wits University).   Read More...




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Image: WC GOVERNMENT AWARDS NAL’IBALI READING-FOR-ENJOYMENT CAMPAIGN “We are proud to receive this acknowledgement from the Department of Cultural Affairs and Sport.”

Honoured for its work in Western Cape in the field of multilingualism and mother tongue literacy promotion, Nal’ibali, the reading-for-enjoyment campaign, was recently awarded the Best Contribution to Language Development prize at the annual Western Cape Cultural Affairs Awards. The ceremony was held on Monday, 10 February, at the Baxter Theatre in Cape Town.   Read More...




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Image: The SAEP Hope Scholar Programme - providing academic tutoring and personal development sessions to motivated grade 8 and 9 learners

The programme provides academic tutoring and personal development sessions to motivated grade 8 and 9 learners in under-resourced schools in Philippi, Cape Town. The overall aim of the programme is to provide a solid academic foundation and develop life skills and resilience in the first two years of high school to prepare Hope Scholars for success in the further education and training (FET) phase and beyond.   Read More...




COMPANY NEWS , Education
Image: StorTech provides laptops for top achieving scholars. StorTech partners with the City of Johannesburg to support top matric scholars from historically disadvantaged schools.

For the second year running, the City of Johannesburg is partnering with South Africa’s top ICT service providers to award 20 matric high achievers. The scholars from adverse backgrounds will start their tertiary education with more than they ever dreamed.   Read More...




HEADLINES, Education
Image: Collaboration sees development for Free State schools Education development specialist Kagiso Shanduka Trust and the Free State Department of Education hosted a schools infrastructure launch event in Kroonstad, Free State today, showcasing the success of a public/private sector collaborative partnership aimed at transforming the education landscape in the Free State.   Read More...



COMPANY NEWS , Education
Image: Investec celebrates 10 years in Promaths and Bursary -assisting learners in realising their full potential while simultaneously raising the quality of passes in Maths and Science.

Investec proudly celebrated 10 years in education development and empowerment. Promaths, the group’s leading academic programme for learners in grades 10, 11 and 12 saw some Investec staff members and alumni board the Rovos Rail to celebrate this exceptional milestone.   Read More...




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Image: Stationery packs for OJ Erasmus Primary School, Kalbaskraal “Education is the road that children follow to reach full potential in life”.

The children at OJ Erasmus Primary School in Kalkbaskraal, 18km outside Malmesbury on the West Coast, are going to start the 2015 school year off on the right foot – with 366 much-needed stationery packs, thanks to Cape Town-based NGO, Breadline Africa.

 
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Image: Nal’ibali Reading Resolutions Make Reading With Your Children a Commitment in 2015, with Nal'ibali

This year, the Nal’ibali reading-for-enjoyment campaign is calling on parents and caregivers to add reading and storytelling with their children to their New Year’s resolutions.   Read More...




COMPANY NEWS , Education
Image: Kagiso Shanduka’s Class of 2014 Receives Top Honours Matrics from two Free State districts, Fezile Dabi and Motheo, have achieved praiseworthy results.

Through the Kagiso Shanduka Trust partnership and its various interventions currently being implemented in 24 secondary schools in Fezile Dabi and 22 schools in Motheo – Matrics from the two Free State districts have achieved praiseworthy results.   Read More...




Education
Image: ENTREPRENEURIAL REVOLUTION BREAKING OUT AMONGST SA TEENS

Recent news reports revealed that according to Minister of Basic Education, Ms. Angie Motshekga’s response to parliamentary questions, over half a million learners are registered to write the Grade 12 final exams across South Africa this year.   Read More...




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Recent news reports revealed that according to Minister of Basic Education, Ms. Angie Motshekga’s response to parliamentary questions, over half a million learners are registered to write the Grade 12 final exams across South Africa this year.   Read More...




HEADLINES, Education
Image: Air Traffic and Navigation Services Expands Rural Children’s Access to Education Resources This year, Air Traffic and Navigation Services (ATNS) supported Breadline Africa’s Mandela Day Libraries project by donating three libraries to under-resourced primary schools in rural areas across South Africa. Libraries enhance learning and provide a broad range of knowledge to children. This partnership started in 2013 and has successfully placed three libraries in the Free State, E.Cape and Northern Cape Provinces.   Read More...



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Image: Summer Holiday Programme kicks off  for Cape Town Science Centre Donate today to sponsor a deserving child's visit to the CTSC.

When school's out for summer, many children look forward to spending their days at the beach, surrounded by a loving family and often a mountain of presents under the tree. But many are not so lucky, and will be spending their summer in a home or shelter, where limited funds and unlimited goodwill will be spread thinly to make them feel special. Every child deserves a happy day this summer, and an inspirational visit to the Cape Town Science Centre will be just that.   Read More...



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