Children of Manzomthomobo Secondary School in Mfuleni, Cape Town will soon reap the benefits of learning in modern science and computer laboratories, upgraded classrooms and lavatories thanks to the fantastic work done by the SAME Foundation.
South Africa has set itself goals of eradicating poverty, reducing inequality, growing the economy by an average of 5.4%, and cutting the unemployment rate to 6% by 2030.
For the ninth consecutive year, the University of Cape Town (UCT) Graduate School of Business (GSB) has been ranked as the best business school in Africa by Eduniversal – an international education rating agency.
Air Products created a special ‘G-Plant CSI Fund’ when they launched the ‘G-Plant’ at their facility inVanderbijlpark in 2014 with the aim of utilising it for upliftment projects at schools in the area. Today, they celebrate the completion of the projects at Seeiso Primary, Lebohang Secondary and Bophelong Primary Schools. This time, the unveiling is far from an industrial project but rather a much needed school hall, kitchen and enclosed assembly area.
DURBANVILLE headquartered private school venture Curro Holdings – which is controlled by PSG Group – is giving new meaning to the phrases “earning by learning.”Curro pushed revenue up 24% to R82m in the half-year to end June, while profits rose 27% to R259m.
Since being appointed by the Western Cape Department of Transport & Public Works in 2012 to provide civil and structural engineering services for schools being upgraded under the Department of Basic Education’s Accelerated Schools Infrastructure Delivery Initiative (ASIDI), WorleyParsons, an EPCM business, is working on several school projects in the province.