A MOTHERWELL school has received a welcome boost in the form of digital equipment which will enable learners, especially matriculants, to improve their results.
Dynamic Commodities, an organisation that processes locally farmed frozen fruit to both the local and international market, is situated in the heart of the Coega Development Zone and has recently adopted the Ndyebo Senior Secondary School in Motherwell as part of their corporate social investment (CSI) initiative.
The company executed phase one of this initiative by donating digital equipment to the value of R30 000 to the school.
Adrian Vardy, CEO of Dynamic Commodities, said that phase two of the CSI initiative would aim to provide tutoring to the matriculants of the school.
“This will assist the matriculants to prepare for tertiary education opportunities and exposure to various professional occupations.”
Vardy further said, “Retaining expertise within our metro, as well as providing avenues for those young people residing within the area, to have a chance at achieving better grades, will equip them for further studies or working initiatives.
“This is vital to our company, whose very workforce is locally based, which is why we strive to source products from a predominantly Eastern Cape target market and to also source our ‘manpower’ from within the Nelson Mandela Bay Metro.”