New studying material in time for our pupils!

It is targeted at grades 10,11 and 12s countrywide.

According to Nomvelo Miya, the editor of the magazine it features topics that encourages a love of learning.

“MatricMag also provides practical guidance on real options whether a learner goes on to higher education or does not have that opportunity,” says Miya (25).

This all important tool will be distributed to learners who do not have access to digital technology or libraries to supplement thMatricMag Logeir information needs during exams.

The hardest hit are pupils in rural and peri-urban areas who are amongst the 70% who do not get absorbed into the higher education system and also have limited or no digital access, and what MatricMag seeks to champion is aggregate information that will equip them to become more employable or to start their own sustainable businesses.

“Our approach to the distribution of critical information is one that acknowledges the realities of South Africa. Given the very apparent geographic limitations of digital reach at this stage, MatricMag is a resource that can reach learners in both printed and digital formats,” says Miya.

As such, a clarion call has been made to the public that is to sponsor one learner for a year that costs only R60 and sponsoring one school (300 learners) for a year only costs R18000.

Attempts to obtain comment from Gauteng department of Education did not materilaise.

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