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Lillydale Digital Learning Campus

Although the Lillydale Digital Learning Campus opened in 2018, as Good Work Foundation's fourth campus in Mpumalanga, the GWF story in the village had begun long before that.

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Lillydale Digital Learning Campus
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History

When the organisation was still in its infancy, GWF pioneers GWF pioneers Kate Groch, Gogo Mo (Maureen Groch) and Linky Nkuna would often go and conduct workshops with children in Lillydale village next to the Sabi Sands Game Reserve. 

Situated next to Hlomani High School in the village of Lillydale in Bushbuckridge, the digital learning can already tell a million stories and has touched many lives.

The campus serves Lillydale and its surrounding communities, whose young residents enjoy coming to campus and being motivated by the Lillydale Campus’s bright, creative spaces and young, passionate and dedicated employees, many of whom are themselves graduates of one of the GWF programmes.

Lillydale Campus offers an Open Learning Academy programme to more than 700 learners, boosting their English, Mathematics and digital literacy skills, and sees about 70 students graduating from its Bridging Year Academy for young school-leavers annually.

Campus details: Lillydale Digital Learning Campus
Address: Hlomani Secondary School, 817 Ximhungwe, 1281
Campus manager: Yingisani Khoza
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Testimonials

  • “Investec is a proud supporter of the Good Work Foundation digital learning campus model. I have seen first-hand how this innovative South African team is reimagining education so that more young Africans are part of a digital future.”
    — Fani Titi, CEO of Investec
  • “Absa is one of the long-standing donors supporting the vision and mission of the Good Work Foundation. Our support continues because of the great and sustainable impact we see them realise in the communities they work in.”
    — Sazini Mojapelo, former managing executive for corporate citizenship at Absa Group
  • “We have been so blessed to have been founding partners of the Good Work Foundation’s story, from its 1997 dreams to its vision, creation and humble beginnings in 2012 to now.”
    — Dave Varty, co-founder and owner of Londolozi Game Reserve
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Yingisani Khoza

Lillydale Digital Learning Centre Campus Manager

How you'd describe your own personal brand?

I build, grow, motivate and empower the youth from under privileged communities.

What are your goals and aspirations?

My goal is to be able to adapt to the changes that are happening around me and become aware of my team's strength. My career aspiration is to take on more significant leadership roles at GWF and contribute to the growth of the organisation’s talent.

What do you consider to be your most impressive achievements?

I have a higher certificate in marketing, and I am leading a team that is performing well.

What's one quirky or fun fact about you?

My laugh is loud and contagious; it warms the room.

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  • Lillydale Literacy Project
  • ABSA
  • Sabi Sabi
  • Leap Foundation
  • Sabi Sands Pfunanani Trust
  • The All Heart Fund
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