Saturday Classes

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When grow up, we were taught that 'libunjwa liseva' or 'ligotshwa lisemanzi' which means early stages are the key. So when you want to make a change you must never forget to Target young start. Proverbs 22:6, Train up a child in the way he should go: and when he is old, he will not depart from it. We therefore, as part of our main projects, Education, where we want to instill the love of Education in community members, run Saturday Classes in our elementary schools. We do this also because we know that some kids go home and get nothing to eat, so we try by all means to ensure that they eat and get something to go home with. If you see in the picture below on this Saturday we gave them breads.


We know that we need to maintain this to ensure our main aim's success. We therefore invite all decision makers to help us pay a stipend to our 6 teachers and buy food for our Saturday classes.  We normally spend R2000 ($135) per week X 40 weeks per year that is R80 000 ($5 400) per annum for food. Currently all our teachers are volunteering hoping we can give them at least R600 ($41) each teacher per month.

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