6 Things You Didn’t Know About GWF Women

While we would never want to create a gender-based competition, our women facilitators and students are steaming ahead in 2014.

In fact, as far as rural spaces go, we’re breaking norms, and here’s how:

A beautiful photo of four IT students in the Open Learning Area, earlier this year. Of all our adults students, 82 percent are women.

A beautiful photo of four IT students in the “Barn”, earlier this year. Of all our adults students, 82 percent are women.

Gay and Mercyful are facilitators at the Hazyview Digital Learning Centre. 61 percent of GWF facilitators are women.

Gay and Mercyful are facilitators at the Hazyview Digital Learning Centre. 61 percent of GWF facilitators are women.

Helen & Thandeka

Helen Sibuyi (left) and Thandeka Mhlaba. Helen is our top hospitality student.

90 percent of the education team at Philippolis Digital Learning Centre is made up of women. What's more, each of GWF's Digital Learning Centres is managed by a woman.

The team at Philippolis Digital Learning Centre is made up of 90 percent girl power. What’s more, each of our Learning Centres is managed by a woman.

Our organisation is driven by Kate Groch, who is a teacher by training, and supported by the MEC for Education, Ms. Reginah Mhaule.

Our organisation is driven by Kate Groch, who is a teacher by training, and supported by the MEC for Education, Ms. Reginah Mhaule.

Of the six students from Londolozi Digital Learning Centre who graduated in March 2014, five were women. Here they are supported by Gogo Mo, Executive Chef, Anna Ridgewell, and Kate with here daughter, Maya.

Of the six students from Londolozi Digital Learning Centre who graduated in March 2014, five were women. Here they are supported by Gogo Mo, Executive Chef Anna Ridgewell, and Kate with her daughter, Maya.

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