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31 July 2014

Dinosaur Exhibition

Dinosaur Exhibition for Bathabile Primary School learners

Cell C treated learners from Bathabile Primary School learners to the Days of the Dinosaur Exhibition at Sandton Convention Centre. The exhibition showcased 45 life-sized dinosaurs and two skeleton structures and gave the pupils an understanding of the size, movements and routines of the dinosaurs. The experience was different to anything else they had experienced before,

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Cell C Institute Of Mentorship

Cell C Institute of Mentorship

27 girl children from adopted schools are being mentored by some of South Africa’s successful women leaders.  On 29th May, the girls were introduced to their mentors and are in the process of an intense 12 month mentorship programme. Mentors include highly successful business women such as Cheryl Carolus, Nolitha Fakude, Joan Joffe and Phuti

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Solar Energy For Barberton

Solar Energy for Barberton

Africa Foundation for Sustainable Development is in the process of installing a 7kW solar system at Emjindini Primary School. The system will save the school at least 10% off their total electricity bill. A local electrician is being trained to become the systems on site manager and deal with any issues which may arise. All

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Nurturing Young Leaders

Nurturing young leaders

“I have become the change I want to see in my school…” – Mandisa Marosha, learner from Boitlamo Secondary School While most matriculants are working hard to ensure they acquire the university entry mark, Mandisa Marosha, the secretary of the Learner Representative Council from Boitlamo Secondary School is helping fellow learners to improve their marks.

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Back To School For A Day

Why we go Back to School for a Day

“The organisation of ordinary citizens to support the education of our children is limited only by the boundaries of our collective imagination”. These were the words of our chairman Cyril Ramaphosa following the launch of Adopt-a-School’s Back to School for a Day initiative in May 2012.  Three years later this annual event continues to make

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