Andrew Rudge (CEO of The Reach Trust) provides an overview of the organisation, how it was established and what to expect as we extend our reach into Africa through mobile technology.
The EduWeek awards recognise excellence across the African education ecosystem. The Reach Trust won "Supplier/Distributor of The Year" at the 2016 Awards.
We are asking all high school learners to sign a promise to finish matric, because we consider this to be an important first step in motivating them to believe in themselves and their ability to shape the country that they want to live in.
The Reach Trust is excited to announce the release of an innovative mobile learning solution with the support of The FirstRand Empowerment Foundation. LevelUp tackles some of the most critical education challenges in South Africa and will help high school learners to improve their academic performance, strengthen their social skills and foster good learning behaviour.
Mxit today announced that the company will donate all of its IP and technology assets to The Reach Trust – the independent Public Benefit Organisation initially established to improve lives using Mxit technology.
Smarter is an Official Account launched on WeChat on 16 June 2015. It is a fun way to let people test their general knowledge (or, in some cases, memory).
Learn2Earn is an incentive programme that incrementally rewards Grade 8-12 learners with airtime for completing daily math exercises linked to the national curriculum.
True to their origins, and as announced in November 2014, Mxit believes that they can again play a groundbreaking role to accelerate economic and social growth in Sub-Saharan Africa, by placing a stronger emphasis on the social services and programmes they offer through The Reach Trust.
Crossroads Generation is an educational radio programme designed to give teenagers in Africa a fun, easy way to learn about modern problems. Listeners learn about real-life issues like drug abuse, teenage pregnancy and domestic abuse.
The BBC World Service has collaborated with Mxit, the mobile social network designed for emerging market youth, to make critical information about Ebola easily available to people in West- African countries.