A collaboration for educational change in the Free State

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Kagiso Trust, which is South Africa’s biggest education non-governmental organisation (NGO), and Shanduka Foundation, a vehicle for Shanduka Group’s social investment initiatives, have partnered with the Free State provincial government to roll-out a whole school development model in the Fezile Dabi district and in the areas of Thaba Nchu and Botshabelo in the Motheo District. The partnership will see a R400 million investment in more than 425 school through the whole school development models of the Adopt-a-School Foundation and the Beyers Naude School Development Programme.


Read about the partnership as both Cyril Ramaphosa (Chairman of Shanduka Group) and Dean Zwo Nvehutalu (Chairman of Kagiso Trust) share their thoughts on the impact of this collaboration,  Sunday times_Private funding of public education takes next step_17 March

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