Ray Maota

STEM programme helps learners and teachers

An education programme focussing on the sciences has helped more than 2 200 Eastern Cape high school learners and teachers since its inception in eight years ago. The Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics in Action Pipeline ..
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Eastern Cape community helps rebuild own roads

The community of Whittlesea are manufacturing their own interlocking block pavers and concrete kerbs to improve their own roads. More than three million interlocking block pavers and concrete kerbs are being manufactured by the Whittlesea community ..
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Protecting pedestrians a priority for SANRAL

New pavements have been constructed along the N2 in George, allowing pedestrians safe passage. Residents of Thembalethu, Pacaltsdorp, Lawaaikamp and Ballotsview in George, Western Cape, can now walk safely alongside the busy N2 road. The South ..
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SMMEs benefit from R58-million project

Six rural communities in Alfred Nzo District Municipality, Eastern Cape, have benefitted from a series of training programmes and employment opportunities in the construction sector. Twenty small, medium and micro-enterprises (SMMEs) and more than 200 local ..
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SANRAL supports next-gen engineers

The national road agency has prioritised education, training and innovation, says SANRAL’s development planner, Elna Fourie. Education is critical to the development of South Africa, and the South African National Roads Agency (SOC) Limited (SANRAL) is ..
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Long walk to school is no more

Learners from schools in KwaMbonambi, KwaZulu-Natal, no longer have to walk great distances to school after receiving their own bicycles. Learners from KwaMbonambi in KwaZulu-Natal do not have to dread long walks to school after receiving ..
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