January 20, 2021

[Events] Jazz Foundation 2018 Awards: Arise & Shine

Jazz Foundation will be hosting the “learners and educators awards” this March at the Faith Bible Church in Tshaulu, Ha-Begwa.

Learners of George Ntodeni Secondary School celebrating an accolade with their principal in 2017. © Jazz Foundation Media Team

It has been a routine by Jazz Foundation to congratulate and award good performers, and this year is no different. Members of the Tshaulu community will be graced by yet another Jazz Foundation development programme.


This year’s awards will be focusing on learners and educators. Various school learners and their educators will be awarded for their performances and contribution in bettering the community through education.


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Founder of Jazz Foundation, Thanzi Muregu told EBNewsDaily that they are looking for a working partnership with communities, schools, and businesses because they wish to improve the outcome of young people’s education.

“Educating our young people is the responsibility of the entire community, not just schools,” says Thanzi.


“Partnerships can lead to better morale among teachers and the better use of resources within schools, leading to improved education outcomes for young people,”

Also Read: Highlights of the 2017 Jazz Foundation programme in Tshaulu.

Thanzi believes that businesses can also experience improved staff morale, better awareness of their industry and community recognition through partnering with Jazz Foundation.

Last year event was held at the Parousia Christian Church Centre. The event was a major success.

Details of the event are as follows

Date: 30 March 2018
Venue: Tshaulu, Ha-Begwa
Time: 17:00 P.M

Foward any enquiries regarding this event at +2776 060 4788.

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