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We use our extensive rural footprint to partner with communities



Africa! Ignite is one of KwaZulu-Natal’s leading rural development agencies. We use our extensive rural footprint to partner with communities, so that they can participate fairly in the economy and society, and make their voices heard. Our programmes help women and youths to earn a decent living; develop sustainable enterprises; learn usable skills; tell their stories; protect their health and environment; and improve their quality of life.


Africa! Ignite provides holistic support to about 1 000 crafters across KwaZulu-Natal’s impoverished heartland with its broken terrain, poor infrastructure, very high unemployment and high incidence of HIV/AIDS. The rural craft organisations are groups of mostly women, who organise together to produce craftwork and to access markets for their craft. The

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Siyafunda CTC provides information through our community knowledge centres



Siyafunda CTC provides information through our community knowledge centres, where people can access computers, the internet, and other digital technologies that enable them to gather information, create, learn, and communicate with others while they develop essential digital skills.

The focus is on the use of digital technologies to support community, economic, educational, and social development — reducing isolation, bridging the digital divide, promoting health issues, creating economic opportunities, and reaching out to youth. Provofing essential skills to the youth and the unemployed and people with disabilities, thereby making them employable and alleviating unemployment by networking with recruitment agencies, government agencies and businesses, thus becoming an enabler for job creation.

SIYAFUNDA CTC provides the management and operational skills and capacity,

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The Centre for the Advancement of Science and Mathematics Education (CASME)


The Centre for the Advancement of Science and Mathematics Education (CASME) is a non-profit education development agency that strives to improve the quality of mathematics and science education. It achieves this through the professional development of educators and the provision of educational resources to historically disadvantaged communities.

Founded in 1985 the aim of the organisation from the start was to address systemic imbalances in mathematics and science education.

The organisation possesses a wealth of experience and expertise in teacher professional development and implements a range of interventions in partnership with government, corporate social investment programmes, universities and national development initiatives, amongst others.

CASME’s key focus is on the advancement of mathematics and science teachers’ subject competence and

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Count "Family Maths" is a Co-operative Organization for the Upgrading of Numeracy Training



Phungashe Education & Resource Centre works together with the Co-operative Organization for the Upgrading of Numeracy Training (Count) in order to improve maths desire within the South African communities,  KwaZulu-Natal, South Coast in particular!


Count (NPO) Profile

  • COUNT is a registered voluntary association not for gain (NPO Number: 019-196)
  • We have 25 years of experience in primary mathematics teacher development, learner support community mathematics education programmes.
  • As an independent service provider we are dedicated to improve mathematics teaching and learning in the primary school and engage ECD practitioners , youth and parents/caregivers in this drive.
  • We take on this challenge by constantly re-evaluating our programmes and approaches in order to find practical, achievable and imaginative solutions that meet the
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Phungashe Education Centre to work with Unisa ICT as from 2017

This is what will be going on at Phungashe Education Centre as Unisa ICT Class Room is ready to start running:

Assist with reception of students who visit a regional office and provide front line assistance including referrals. Assist with the administration of tutorial services duties inclusive of duties relating to:

  • Development of marketing material and the marketing of tutorials
  • Provision of information to students
  • Tutor enrolment
  • Tutor and student profiles
  • Venue administration
  • Student orientation and registration of tutorials
  • Administration of Tutor claims
  • Compilation of reports

Assist with the administration of work integrated learning support (WIL) Respond to academic related telephone/e-mail enquiries from students/staff and escalate to appropriate office where necessary Provide administration support with the management and administration of academic

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