KZN Dept of Education Learn Today, Lead Tomorrow Initiative

The KwaZulu-Natal Department of Education hosted the “Learn Today, Lead Tomorrow Initiative" in partnership with MTN.

KZN Dept of Education Learn Today, Lead Tomorrow Initiative, Image: facebook
KZN Dept of Education Learn Today, Lead Tomorrow Initiative, Image: facebook

South Africa: The KwaZulu-Natal Department of Education hosted the “Learn Today, Lead Tomorrow Initiative” in partnership with MTN. The event was held at the Adams Collage in Umbumbulu CMC under the UMlazi District on Thursday.

The event also served as an opportunity for the members of the MTN to celebrate three decades of their service. The organization claimed that during the celebration of 30 years, MTN’s main focus being giving back to the communities.

The glimpses from the event were shared on the social media pages of the department of Education. The attendants of the event delivered a presentations for the initiative.

The organizers claimed that they want to do this in preparing the students for a prosperous future and better life opportunities for the youngsters. The organizers noted that they want to foster the qualities of leadership in the students of the country through the

The main goal of the event was to encourage the use of AI by inviting 5 schools to present a robot and show case their innovative ideas in the technological space as we are in the 4th Industrial Revolution in the digital space.

The yellow care drive by MTN is designed to support and add digital centres in rural arears by empowering szchools and learners. The administration has been dedicated to bringing the

This program is aimed to identify talented Learners who have interests in the digital space with innovative skills and ideas in the coding, robotics and artificial intelligence space moreover connect schools with modern Technology.

The five schools that participated and presented were, Sibusisiwe Comp Tech, Sobonakhona Secondary, Zuzumqhele Secondary and Ullovu Secondary.

The criteria for the selection of winners are creativity, innovation, design and presentation.

The stellar presentation of robots by Learners saw the event being a major success, outlining the vision of the Department of Education by bringing an innovative hub for quality teaching and learning.