10 GWF Photos You Didn’t See This Year

The Media Academy at Good Work Foundation’s Hazyview Digital Learning Campus has put together ten photos from 2015 that you may not have seen. Enjoy and feel free to let us know which is your favourite.

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The man who does all of our IT. Networks our offices. Sets up our Skypes. Comes to the rescue when our laptops don’t start. Thanks Abna.

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Sibusiso, Kate and Hansel. When Hansel was in an accident earlier in the year, our team stepped in and helped. When he recovered – it was time for a welcome back celebration and of course, cake!

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As part of the Conservation Academy, we have started taking our Open Learning learners to the Kruger National Park. For many of them, it was the first time. But it was also the first time for Open Learning facilitators, Sibusiso Mnisi and Mpho Lebyane.

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The GWF Philippolis Digital Learning Campus will include a career academy that focuses on sustainability. As a first step in setting that up, GWF CEO, Kate Groch, visited the Barefoot College campus in Zanzibar to see how rural women are bring trained in solar electrification and rainwater harvesting.

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Gogo Mo with her grandchildren on her birthday. Gogo is an incredible women who guides us in the right direction when it comes to our values, our leadership and our team ethic.

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Graduations at GWF are amazing. Especially when you see young rural people stepping into a better future. And how did this young lady step into her future? Hollywood style!

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Head of Conservation Academy, Byron Ross, at the GWF Christmas party. This looks suits you Byron!

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Just a beautiful photo that we haven’t shared!

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Yingisani and Pleasure are both facilitators at Madlala Digital Learning Campus. We love their smiles.

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Linky Nkuna climbs up a ladder at the new Justicia Digital Learning Campus. Launching in 2016, the campus will offer a Bridging Academy for adults and an Open Learning Academy for schoolchildren.

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