Regenesys and Saray Khumalo join forces to educate all
Did you know that…
- more than 50% of matriculants claim to have no funding to further their education.
- government-owned universities are only able to accommodate about 20% of qualifying matriculants yearly
To this end, Regenesys Foundation and Saray Khumalo have joined forces in an effort to educate needy students and change the narrative for the next generation of South Africans through an initiative called Education For All (Ed4All).
An executive and mother-of-two, she climbs to raise funds towards education-related causes, and has, to date, raised over R1.3m.
She continues to campaign through Summits with a Purpose by changing the world through education as she aims to make Grand Slam history.
Education For All is a game-changing, innovative and technology-driven initiative, which aims to disrupt traditional higher education systems and provide access to affordable and quality higher education to the world.
Just recently, Statistics South Africa (STATSSA) published an article about funding issues, which highlighted that more than half of the country’s youth aged 18–24 did not have the financial means to pay for their tuition.
This widespread indigence is in addition to SA state universities being able to accommodate only about 20% of matriculants who qualified to study.
To bridge this gap, Ed4All allows qualifying learners to obtain a qualification from R500 per month for three years.
Following this, the foundation aims to place graduates in jobs within six months of graduating in order to be in a financial position to commence with the repayment of the outstanding balance based on affordability.
Ed4All is a unique initiative to obtain high quality, globally-recognised qualifications which combine endurance, education, internet and financial engineering to create a better human being.
Education for All is a game-changing, innovative and technology-driven initiative which aims to disrupt the traditional higher education system and as well provide access to affordable and quality higher education.