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ROGZ Books & Beyond Current Initiatives

By Rogz | February 27, 2015 | 0 Comments

English Literacy We are working closely with Shine, an organisation which has been successful in improving English literacy levels, and which is endorsed by the WCED. We currently have a group of nine volunteers who are working with 19 Grade 2 children, twice a week for 1 hour. We read with them and play language […]

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Introducing Rogz Books and Beyond

By Rogz | February 20, 2015 | 0 Comments

We are a group of moms who have a passion for education, especially books and reading. We heard about the Partners for Possibility Programme, a creative solution to South Africa’s education crisis, and we wanted to get involved! Partners for Possibility put us in touch with Irene Raubenheimer from Rogz Academy. They are the business […]

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Books & Beyond Literacy Program

By Rogz | February 20, 2015 | 0 Comments

The team of Elkanah moms have been very busy. They have done a lot of homework to research the best way to tackle such a daunting challenge as this literacy program. They have selected a proven program called Shine and have already completed their training. They have also already recruited a team of 12 volunteers that […]

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NMC Computer Donation

By Rogz | February 6, 2015 | 0 Comments

We wish to extend our sincere thanks to you and the Neil Muller Construction Team for your generous donation of 4 desktop plus one laptop computer to Sophakama Primary. We are excited to see what an impact this will make to the efficiency of the school. The fact that you were able to deliver the […]

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Simbulele Bursary

By Rogz | January 21, 2015 | 0 Comments

Simbulele Mgengo was born in 2002 in the Eastern Cape in a village of Mhlopekazi. At the age of 2 she lost her mom and her father was forced to relocate to the Western Cape, making the Dunoon Township their new home. True to Simbulele’s character, she embraced what life brought her way and made […]

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Sophakama Christmas Party 2014

By Rogz | January 21, 2015 | 0 Comments

It was hot, loud and so much fun! Roggers celebrated the spirit of Christmas with all the primary school children of Sophakama Primary School in Dunoon on Friday 28 November 2014 with a lunchtime party. Festivities started as soon as our cars pulled up in the school parking lot. In our red ROGZ t-shirts and […]

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Symphonia for South Africa & Partners for Possibility Wins Reconciliation Award

By Rogz | December 3, 2014 | 0 Comments

Partners for Possibility (PfP) is the flagship programme of Symphonia for South Africa – a national non-profit organisation, based in Bellville, Cape Town, with the bold vision of realising quality education for all children in South Africa by 2022. PfP was founded in 2010, when founder and director of Symphonia for South Africa, Louise van […]

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Captain Chaos Takes On Double Trouble For Ed

By Rogz | September 10, 2014 | 0 Comments

THANKS EVERYONE FOR YOUR AWESOME SUPPORT! WE HAVE ALSO RECEIVED THE FOLLOWING PLEDGES: R 8 200 – Peter Laburn (R100 / Km) R 60 000 – Business Comm (Sponsor 1 xEd) R 11 574 – DONATIONS RECEIVED 26 September 2014 R 79 774 – GRAND TOTAL    

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Shoes Donation

By Rogz | September 3, 2014 | 0 Comments

Following the KONG visit to the school where the choir sang for them, they donated their last Rands to Bruti to see how many pairs of shoes he could secure for the choir kids. Bruti used his old cobbler connections to secure 60 pairs of Buccaneer shoes which were handed over today. Huge thanx to John […]

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Partners for Possibility TV Interview

By Rogz | August 27, 2014 | 1 Comment

Watch it live here! ROGZ has the privilege of being a business partner to Sophakama Primary School through Partners for Possibility.  Irené Raubenheimer from Rogz and Sabelo Makubalo, Principal of Sophakama School where interviewed on eNCA about the Sophakama Project. We are super proud of the work so far and excited for the future of […]

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