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Build your education ecosystem, to scale, conduct smart M&E, validate programs and collaborate across your community. The value and importance of communities and ecosystems is growing daily. A Better Africa has the platform and tools to help your organization, whether you’re an education program provider, a corporate with a social development education focus or a government department with a project that needs to scale with ease, The Education Ecosystem Builder is for you. Watch our video introduction and access more information here.

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November 1
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October 9
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Monthly report
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September 26
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Vumatel to offer 100Mbit/s uncapped home fibre in townships for R89/month
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September 26
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Vumatel offers free fibre to schools
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September 15
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Visit to Moremogolo Primary 11 September 2017
We visited the school as part of Spell Its site visit to 5 Royal Bafokeng Schools.

Moremogolo Primary Literacy Group

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