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#AfterSchoolYouthLeaders – Khanya Memela: Mihandzu Learning

#AfterSchoolYouthLeaders – Khanya Memela: Mihandzu Learning

In June, we celebrate South African Youth. It’s been nearly 50 years since that momentous march by students for access to a dignified and equal education system. To date, South African youth remains active in our very own After School sector – half of the community-based organisations we fund and support are youth-led.

#AfterSchoolYouthLeaders – Abiel Biza: Mamelodi Initiative

#AfterSchoolYouthLeaders – Abiel Biza: Mamelodi Initiative

In June, we celebrate South African Youth. It’s been nearly 50 years since that momentous march by students for access to a dignified and equal education system. To date, South African youth remains active in our very own After School sector – half of the community-based organisations we fund and support are youth-led.

#IAmAfterSchool – Khanyisa Dube: Mihandzu

#IAmAfterSchool – Khanyisa Dube: Mihandzu

Khanyisa Dube is the Mathematics Director at Mihandzu non-profit organisation. Alongside her full-time job Khanyisa volunteers every Saturday to tutor and works tirelessly behind the scenes to develop Mihandzu's Math curriculum. Khanyisa has worked as a market risk...

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