In 2009, MQA funded a Grade 12 Maths and Science programme in Richards Bay, Bapong, Burgersfort, Witbank and Welkom. Subject tuition happens over weekends at different centres in KZN, Limpopo, Mpumalanga, NW and Free State for 37 schools with 500 learners. This is the second year of operation for this project.
2009 Matric results for maths were:
Passenger Rail Agency of South Africa (PRASA) funds the Umlazi cluster of Promaths. Maths and Science programmes for grade 11 and 12 happen at Umlazi and Umbumbulu centres in Kwa-Zulu Natal for 8 schools with 152 learners.
2009 Matric results for maths and science
Of the 116 Grade 12 Maths core learners results were:
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The East Rand Children’s Trust funds Maths and Science programme for Grade 9, 10, 11 and 12 learners in Katlehong, Ekurhuleni, Gauteng. Tuition happens over weekends at Ponego, Fumana and Zonki Zizwe centres in Katlehong for 16 schools and 325 learners. This project was initiated in 2008.
Tsiya Group and the Free State Department of Education fund a grade 10 and 11 Maths and Science programme with 19 schools and 300 students. Tuition happens over week-end. This project was initiated in 2010.
The Nedbank Foundation funds Grade12 Maths and Science programme in Free State (Welkom; Free State, and Dimbaza in the Eastern Cape) with 16 schools. Tuition happens over week-ends and the project was initiated in 2008.
Investec is a pivotal founding partner for Kutlwanong. Investec does not only fund its cluster, Dobsonville centre in Soweto, but also contributes to operational costs of Kutlwanong as an NPO which enables us to expand educational programmes to areas in South Africa. Investec funds Promaths in over 25 schools in Dobsonville Soweto.
Concilium Technologies funds Science programmes in the Dobsonville centre, grade 11 only.
Gauteng Gambling Board funds the Accounting Programme in Dobsonville for grade 10, 11 and 12. Tuition take place over weekends, school holidays and public holidays at Makhoarane School in Dobsonville.