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BYLI hosts the Science and innovation challenge again!!

By Muvhali F On Friday, 21 May 2021,BYLI partnered with mr Phalandwa (Department of basic education) together with personnel from the University of Venda and the Vuwani science center to host and coordinate the second annual Science and Innovation event in the Vhembe district, Limpopo province.  This is a platform where high-school students from rural

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Young Anza encourages youth to follow the sciences

Young Anza encourages youth to follow the sciences Article by : Elmon Tshikhudo Extracted from : zoutnet.co.za Young Anza Tshipetane has loved the sciences since her high school years. In 2017, she became the best Grade 12 learner in Vhembe, and she is now in her second year of study in medicine at the University

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A global changemaker in the making

Article By : Max Dylan Lazarus Extracted from : mg.co.za Anza Tshipetane is the founder and chief executive of the Bright Young Leadership Initiative, a nonprofit organisation founded to empower young people from disadvantaged communities. Its aim is to help them to realise their qualities and their ability to become changemakers in their communities. Tshipetane’s

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THE SECOND PHASE OF THE CAMPAIGN

BY MUVHALI FHULUFHELO The state of education in this country continues to worsen and the backlog is increasing due to this national pandemic (covid-19),the Bright Young Leaders Organisation has taken a leap of faith to try and improve the state of education in this country more especially in the province of Limpopo. The first phase

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#QUALITY EDUCATION MATTERS

BY MUVHALI FHULUFHELO In South Africa, quality education is a basic right and with the outbreak of the Covid-19 pandemic the number of dropouts in disadvantaged communities has rapidly increased. This resulted from limited learning resources and the lack of mentors in deep rural areas, The Bright Young Leaders Initiative has taken it upon themselves

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