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Edufundi Celebrates World Teachers Day with E.TV

Edufundi Celebrates World Teachers Day with E.TV

This year Edufundi produced a short video to Celebrate World Teachers Day. Highlighting the strength, resilience and creativity of our teachers. They have shone through the pandemic adapting to new ways of teaching and helping their wider communities. E.TV featured part of our video in celebration of our teachers and…

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Mr Jali’s Journey

Mr Jali’s Journey

Mr Daluxolo Robert Jali teaches Grade 6 Mathematics, Creative Arts and isiXhosa at Kukhanyile Primary School in Khayelitsha, Cape Town. Mr Jali is a quiet man, but his presence is unmistakable. By adding his own charm to the TLAC techniques he has mastered, he makes mathematical magic unfold in his…

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The TLAC Program Through the Eyes of a Mentee

The TLAC Program Through the Eyes of a Mentee

One of our mentees, Mrs Subashni Hemrajh from Fairbreeze Combined School is sharing her experience about our Teach Like a Champion program. Here’s what she had to say… Mrs Hemrajh’s Reflections “The last 2 years with the presence of the Covid infection have been extremely challenging for both learners and…

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Success at Belthorn Primary

Success at Belthorn Primary

In light of the many challenges we have all faced over the last year, we want to infuse some positivity into the education space and share a success story. The school and teachers celebrated here are from Belthorn Primary in Athlone, Western Cape. Today, the school is a positive and…

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2020 Annual Report released at AGM

2020 Annual Report released at AGM

On Wednesday the 23rd of June Edufundi held our first online Annual General Meeting via Zoom. We launched our 2020 Annual report and a short video documenting what we have managed to achieve during this time. We had an incredible turnout online of 60 representatives from across the country; these…

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The Impact of COVID-19 Regulations on Teaching and Learning

The Impact of COVID-19 Regulations on Teaching and Learning

Since the start of COVID-19, when the world as we knew it was turned on its head, teachers and schools have tried hard to adapt to the challenges of the pandemic and create a sense of normalcy for their learners. The majority of schools have taken to the challenge and…

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Alternative Name for a Teacher

Alternative Name for a Teacher

Alternative Name for a Teacher “What’s in a name? That which we call a rose by any other word would smell as sweet.”  When Juliet wondered about the significance of her Romeo’s name…  If we changed the word we use for ‘rose’, would it change anything about the flower itself?…

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A Tribute to Amon Ntuli

A Tribute to Amon Ntuli

The whole team at Edufundi mourn the loss of Amon Ntuli, our wise and wonderful former chairman, who passed away from health complications (not Covid related) on the 8th of January 2021. Amon was the Chairman of Edufundi for 18 years before he took his farewell at the beginning of…

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My Learners Are My Heroes

My Learners Are My Heroes

It is true when they say life is an unpredictable journey full of surprises and miracles. As we began the year, I taught my learners a small self affirmation dialogue to motivate and remind them that when faced with challenges or had thoughts of being a failure they can do anything.…

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Mom to Ma’am to Supermom

Mom to Ma’am to Supermom

When the country went into lockdown, we were told: work remotely, there is no school, teach your children remotely. My initial thought was, “This shouldn’t be that difficult”, but boy was I wrong! Being cooped up in four walls with the same people and figuring out your emotions about lockdown…

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