This year Sasol hosted its 24th annual matric award function on the 10th January 2019 at the Graceland arena in Secunda. The purpose of this event is to acknowledge the best performing learners, teachers and schools which have achieved excellent results in the Govan Mbeki, Lekwa and Dipaliseng municipality particularly in Mathematics and Physical Sciences.
Somatic Growth and development of the brain of a human being occur very early in life. Programmes that enhance early childhood development therefore should be part of every Early Childhood Development Centre’s programme. Osizweni provides the structure to support care givers and children with the necessary support, play material, utensils and knowledge to help build the future.
Committed attendance is awarded at this year's KPMG Accounting Academy Recognition function.Read More
The most intensive period for development of language, either spoken or signed, is during the first 3 years of life. This is the period when the brain is developing and maturing.
Primary schools engage in astronomy.Read More
On 21 July 2018, Sasol in partnership with SAIMechE (The South African Institute for Mechanical Engineers), Osizweni, Megchem,PDPS and Gert Sibande TVET College held an exhibition on engineering and artisanship careers at Bethal.
Osizweni joins Sasol in their support for Mandela Day.Read More
We brought together a house full of stakeholders in celebration of their new brand as well as the achievements of their teacher bursary students.
The Association for Mathematics Education of South Africa (AMESA )- a professional association for Mathematics Education in South Africa founded in 1993 is the voice of Mathematics Education in South Africa, representing the interests of the discipline and its members at national and provincial level.
Early Childhood Development Practitioners are funded to further their qualifications.Read More
The Class of 2017 has made us proud and we were privileged enough to honour their achievement at this year’s annual Sasol Grade 12 Merit Awards. The award ceremony was held on 12 January 2018 at the Graceland arena in Secunda.Read More
The AstroQuiz competition is aimed at grade 7 learners and is based on themes around astronomy. The competition is run as a knock-out event and teams of four grade 7 learners per school enter, with each participating school being allowed to field one team.Each leg of the quiz involves school teams competing to answer a set of 30 questions. All schools answer the same questions.Read More
Early childhood development, a concept that might not be that familiar with our community, is slowly becoming more and more popular. Parents and schools are realising the impact proper early learning has on children.Read More
Accounting in the Standerton Sub-region is well
supported through the partnership between KPMG, the Regional Department of
Education and the Osizweni Science Centre. Support is given to Accounting
teachers through the establishment of the KPMG Accounting Academy in 2012.
On an annual basis the Osizweni Science Centre holds their Annual General Meeting. This year’s meeting was held on 28 September 2017 at the Secunda Sasol Recreation Club. The purpose of the meeting is to reflect on the previous financial year’s activities and financial report.Read More
The Osizweni Toy Library, a place where children are not only given the opportunity to play and have fun with a variety of educational toys that have been designed to cultivate cognitive, social, psychological and physical competences but, a platform that encourages children to celebrate and embrace one another’s differences.Read More
Osizweni together with the Department of Education hosted a motivation session for Grade 12 learners for Secondary Schools in eMbalenhle on Monday 28 August 2017 at the eMbalenhle Sasol Recreation Club. The purpose of this intervention was to motivate Grade 12 learners to invest time into their studies so that an improvement can be seen in their year-end results.Read More
The Eskom Expo for Young Scientists, an initiative supported by the Osizweni Science Centre, seeks to bring learners together to exhibit their own scientific investigations and engineering projects. The event allows learners to increase their knowledge and awareness in the wonders of Science and Engineering. They are able to explore entrepreneurial possibilities while broadening their scientific horizons. This year’s Mpumalanga Highveld Expo, with over 150 projects entered, was held on 19 August 2017 at the Lillian Ngoyi Centre in Secunda.Read More
MinQuiz, an initiative of Mintek, seeks to stimulate interest in careers involving Science, Technology, Engineering, Mathematics and Innovation (STEMI), especially in minerals and metallurgy, as well as to promote an awareness of the importance of minerals and metallurgy to South Africa.
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