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Vodacom38 July 2019 - Learning the language of coding is key in preparing young people for a digital future. This Youth Month, Vodacom has offered over 500 school-going female learners from across eight provinces the opportunity to learn how to code during the winter school holidays, from 24 June – 05 July 2019. This investment by Vodacom in digital skills training programmes for young women will help to narrow the gender digital divide at an early age in South Africa.

Nailibail thumbnail6 June 2019 - Nal’ibali, the national reading-for-enjoyment campaign aimed at sparking children’s potential through reading and storytelling, has been awarded The Joy of Reading Prize. This international recognition award comes with a prize of USD 10 000 which will go towards stocking up Nal’ibali’s newly launched mobile libraries for Story Power in Motion, ensuring both children and adults have access to great stories in their home languages.

Vodacom325 March 2019 – Through a new education ecosystem, Vodacom Foundation will define a comprehensive model of support and corporate social investment in local communities by supporting education from childhood to adulthood and leveraging technological innovations to develop the skills that we need now and into the future.

Vodacom320 March 2019 - Over 350 unemployed youth, who underwent 24 demanding months of theory, practicals and work-based placement training in A+ (entry-level computer service professional certification), N+ (mid-level certification for network technicians) and 3G connectivity, are certified with diplomas in Information Technology Technical Support at Vodacom’s Youth Academy graduation ceremonies nationwide this March and April.

icon15 February 2019 - On Vodacom e-School you'll find CAPS aligned content for Grades R - 12 to assist you to learn, revise and evaluate your progress. In this article we'll explain how to register on Vodacom e-School and use this exciting free resource. Success begins with education. 

Nailibail thumbnail21 January 2019 – On Friday 1 February it will once again be World Read Aloud Day, a global event that was initiated by LitWorld and is campaigned locally by reading-for-enjoyment organisation Nal’íbali for the 7th year running. The special Nal'ibali story “Where are you?” can be downloaded in all 11 languages here and our Digital Librarian offers support with daily reading aloud tips and story suggestions to prepare you for the main event! 

Top Achievers logo8 January 2019 - Last week the outstanding results of 30 top achievers from all over the country were celebrated at the Ministerial Breakfast hosted at Vodaworld and during the live broadcast of the 2018 Matric Results. All 30 top achievers will continue their education at a university but not before sharing their advice for the Class of 2019 and thanking their teachers and family for their invaluable and ongoing support over the years.

DBE logo2 January 2019 - On Thursday 3 January at 18h00 the Minister of Basic Education will release the 2018 National Senior Certificate (NSC) Matric results in a live broadcast on SABC1. From Friday 4 January close to 800,000 candidates from the Class of 2018 will be able to learn their individual results. The Independent Examinations Board (IEB) will release the results for their over 12,000 matriculation candidates at midnight tonight.