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    May programme updates

    Here are some highlights from the month of May Learners at Ponelopele Oracle Secondary School, who are participating in an Enterprise Programme supported by General Electric’s Londvolota Trust, have been working on creating tile cleaner, shoe polish and permanent marker cleaner as products for their team businesses.   Toyota visited KwaBhekiLanga Secondary School in Alexandra […]

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    Digital Enterprise Programme students visit the GE Innovation Centre

    General Electric’s Londvolota Trust sponsors two Digital Enterprise Programmes, including a site visit to the GE Innovation Centre Students at Ponelopele and Sandtonview high schools in Johannesburg, who are participating in General Electric (GE) sponsored Digital Enterprise Programmes, were fortunate to visit the GE Innovation Centre in Rosebank, Johannesburg. Organised by Celiwe Zondo of GE, […]

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    Design-thinking as an approach to shaping innovation

    JASA programmes incorporate a design-thinking approach to innovation In JASA programmes, the facilitators introduce learners to design thinking, a step-by-step approach to coming up with innovative solutions to problems. Students are encouraged to look around their environments and identify problems they want to tackle. Then the students work on innovations that will provide solutions, in […]

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