Cricket South Africa embarks on an online educational program

Cricket South Africa embarks on an online educational program

Cricket South Africa has embarked on an online educational program to assist grade one to grade 12 cricket players with their studies.
Learners will be provided with tablets during their training sessions in an attempt to combine cricket and education to improve academic results.
The federation aims to plough back to disadvantaged communities by offering academic support. A total of one million rand has been spent to rollout the school in a box online academic programme, throughout the country. Zolani Moya reports.

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