Case Studies

Feb
5
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Creating a knowledge-based economy

Education

Nedbank invested over R20 million in 2012, towards its holistic school programme, known as the Fundisa programme.   The programme follows a two-pillar education intervention model where the first pillar focuses on education across an individual’s life stages, starting from early childhood development right through to tertiary education.  The second pillar enables holistic support for beneficiary […]

Nov
13
Maths Centre

Maths Centre Incorporating Sciences

Education and training

Projects are all initiated by either corporates or departments. The starting point is always an elaborate base line assessment. The following is a summary of some results achieved by some of the Maths Centre implemented projects.  Individuals are too many to name. We will send you our alumni booklet 2011 as and when it is […]

Oct
11
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Butterfield Bakery Project

Job Creation

Phola Butterfield Bakery Project is one of the projects under the Establishment of 10 SMME’s within Emalahleni Local Municipality that Exxaro Matla Coal committed to implement as one of their  SLP projects.   This initiative is a partnership between Exxaro and Butterfields bakery. Butterfields’ involvement in the project is to ensure sustainability and growth, they have […]

Oct
2
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Jewels of Hope

Entrepreneurship and mentorship for teens/youth

Paballo lived with his parents in an outer suburb of Maseru. When he was eleven years old, his mother became mentally ill and had to give up her job at a local book centre. Paballo became very reliant upon his father who unfortunately became ill and died in 1998. After this tragedy in his family, […]

Oct
1
Four Paws

FOUR PAWS Animal Welfare Foundation

Education: Animal Welfare Education

FOUR PAWS South Africa is offering teachers the opportunity to be trained in delivery of animal welfare education in the class room. FOUR PAWS Animal Welfare South Africa would like to expand its elementary school education program in South Africa. We are aiming to invest learners with skills, attitudes and behaviors that stimulate the creative relation to the […]

Sep
6
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Children of the Dawn

Poverty Alleviation

The support and mentorship programs provided by Children of the Dawn are aimed at producing responsible productive citizens who will make a positive contribution to society.  A double orphan female named Morongoa entered our programme in 2002, at age 9. She hails from the impoverished rural community of Mathabatha, Limpopo. She has been been benefiting […]

Mar
29
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Children of the Dawn

Poverty alleviation

Children of the Dawn was set up in May 2002 to support and strengthen rural community initiatives which focus on caring for HIV/AIDS orphans and vulnerable children in South Africa. Through the programme rural communities are given the financial and technical means to care for their children with a long-term, sustained and holistic approach, looking […]

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