Building on its collaboration with Youngblood Arts and Culture Development last year, Dreamer Education teamed up with Radisson Red on Thursday, 11 January to bring the second edition of Vanguard: Maths Meets Art - an initiative showcasing how music, dance and art can be used as a learning tool for teaching Mathematics in schools.
Mancosa officially announced its partnership with the Department of Basic Education and New Africa Education Foundation (NAEF), which is aimed at contributing to the 'read-to-lead' campaign. The partnership is underpinned by Mancosa's Literacy Project - a project that was launched on the same day as the partnership announcement.
The Vanguard: A month where math meets art exhibition will be on at the Young Blood Art Gallery in Cape Town from 5-25 October 2017. The exhibition is a collaboration between Dreamer Education and Youngblood Arts and Culture Development and is aimed at showcasing the arts as a tool for maths education.
The Wavescape Festival in Cape Town, an ocean-minded event, included film screenings, art exhibitions, ocean talks, filmmaking workshops and a charity auction. A record R328,000 was raised and will be making its way to four important ocean causes.
FutureMe held their first World of Work (WoW) festival on 25 November at Christel House School in Cape Town. The social enterprise, aimed at addressing the youth unemployment crisis in South Africa, introduced the festival as an interactive event for learners and employers to gain first-hand exposure to a vast array of careers and employers.
Pioneering tech institution, WeThinkCode, officially opened their campus doors on 4 May 2016 to students eager to become software engineers and announced the 120 coders from across South Africa that have been enlisted to complete their two-year course.