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TSMFL is looking for an experienced Specialist in Fundraising in the non-profit space. This is a target driven role that is rewarded with a base plus variable pay package. The purpose of the role is to create a clear sales … Continue reading
TSMFL seeks to appoint a M&E Education Project Manager. The purpose of the role is to lead and develop the team of Facilitators nationally in order to implement the programme as intended and to ensure that they are delivering maximum … Continue reading
Sydwell Mayekiso lives close to Impendulo Primary in Kayelitsha, Cape Town. He noticed how many primary school learners loitered around in the streets after school and started planning how to get more involved in getting these learners involved in a … Continue reading
Emphasize the obvious, keep things fresh, and be honest. Showing students that it pays to behave and respecting them as individuals greatly enhance classroom management. Source: 19 Big and Small Classroom Management Strategies
Fide master, Cailin Chetty once again proved his talent when he participated at the South African Junior Closed Chess Championships in Bloemfontein, recently. The Montford lad, who always makes the right moves in the game of chess, has done his … Continue reading
A group of TSMFL secondary school learners were invited to attend the Nuclear Africa 2016 Conference on Wednesday 16/03/2016. The Jafta Mahlangu and Mamelodi High students enjoyed the event immensely, where career options in nuclear science were illustrated and explained. … Continue reading
Teachers are enthusiastic and dynamic, highly intelligent and share a passion for wanting to make a difference in this world. They can also be quirky however and this is as a result of there being no other job like theirs. … Continue reading
Denise Frick, a teacher at Sans Souci Girls’ High School, is the country’s top woman chess master. Sans Souci Girls’ High School is celebrating a chess champion in its midst. Denise Frick, a teacher at the school in Newlands, is … Continue reading
Not for nothing is chess known as “the game of kings.” No doubt the rulers of empires and kingdoms saw in the game fitting practice for the strategizing and forecasting they themselves were required to do when dealing with other … Continue reading
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