Author Archives: Zaida Julius

History in the making…

Mother city welcomes children from Wellington for cultural & diversity excursion! The day started with the feeling of disbelieve, excitement, laughter and tears of joy as a group of 33 children and 12 adults gathered at the Dalene Foundation’s house. Children from Wellington, van Wyksvlei and Weltevrede gathered and waited in anticipation for the bus […]

Community groups attend Cultural Diversity Education excursions

There was a buzz of excitement as 11 volunteers from the Walking Bus Project and 28 learners from Lentegeur boarded the bus into Cape Town to attend the Cultural Diversity Education excursion at the South African Jewish Museum. This excursion is offered as part of the SAJM’s Education Outreach Programme and the EduBiz Foundation’s community […]

Free access to CAPs-aligned textbooks

Oxford Cambridge has announced free access to most textbooks until the 30th of September 2020. The textbooks are fully CAPs aligned and a great resource for parents to assist learners. This offer includes primary, secondary, IB programme, Cambridge Assessment international and AQA Click on this link for free access. http://bit.ly/CXCTextbooks

One-Stop-Shop Grade R to 12 CAPs aligned content

As the uncertainty of the education of millions of learners continues, EduBiz Media strive to assist parents and learners to continue with homeschooling. We upload another excellent Educational Web Portal specifically for parents, teachers, and all learners. It is a One-Stop-Shop designed to assist all school going learners from Grade R to 12 with 100% […]

Introducing the Vodacom e-school

What is the Vodacom e-school and what does it offer? Through the Vodacom e-school, all high school (Grade 8 to 12) learners who are Vodacom subscribers are now able to access the user-friendly classroom content from the comfort of their homes. The content is curriculum-aligned and end-users can conveniently access the content on their mobile devices. The content […]