On Sunday, 15th October 2017, The Muslim Women’s Network in Port Elizabeth, hosted a successful cancer awareness function themed and titled, “Together We Can”.
“Do you know that reading statistics show that only 14% of South Africans’ are readers of books?”
This was the opening statement made by South Africa’s Honourable Minister of Basic
Pictured above are a few students all dressed in their new kits and ready to take on the soccer field.
In celebration of Cell C’s Take a Girl Child to Work Day, MANCOSA hosted 20 learners from St Endas Secondary School in Johannesburg and 10 learners Sithembele Matiso High School in Cape To
September 8th was proclaimed International Literacy Day by the United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organisation (UNESCO) on November 17, 1965.
The Schools Entrepreneurship Competition has been around for 2 years.
In support of the 19 000 runners who participated in the 91st Comrades Marathon on the 29th May 2016, MANCOSA staff and their family members gathered to encourage, hydrate and cheer the runn
As one of MANCOSA’s corporate social responsibility projects for 2016, a number of first year students were awarded bursaries to cover their tuition fees for the academic year.
In collaboration with the Rural Women’s Movement (RWM), the Centre for Women Leadership (CWL) at Mancosa [GSB] is currently facilitating an empowerment training programme for rural women i
Inspiring, motivating and awarding Sithabile Secondary Schools’ senior educators for leadership, performance and excellence in the Teachers Awards ceremony held at Ushaka Marine World