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Some revised Chemistry notes, coming soon

Last night, I received an email from one Jenna Bing, with several documents containing chemistry notes attached. We are in the process are tidying up the contribution and our own notes for consistency, and hope to have them uploaded by tomorrow.

What really struck a chord is that Jenna said, “Its only a pleasure. You guys have helped our class. We are the first matrics in our school and your site has helped even our teachers at some points.” That we could be of assistance to an entire class, and even to the teachers, is really magnificent. We hope to continue to be of assistance to them.

 

Don’t forget to visit our GoFundMe page, or hit the PayPal button in our sidebar to donate to us, if you like what we are doing. And watch this space for the contributed notes!

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SA School Network

As you may have noticed, there’s a new image in our sidebar. It leads to SA School Network, a website that hopes to “connect all the relevant role-players within South African Education” and “to improve the state of education and ensure well- balanced individuals, to lead the country in the future.”

This is, we think, a worthy cause.

 

We have asked them to display a link to our site on their page. It is currently visible under Research here. We hope to reach a wider audience, and therefore spread our notes to many more people, in this way.

In order to further strengthen our connection to their cause, we have linked to their site on ours. So go take a look and, if you know of any sites that you feel they should link to, do let them know.

Update on History notes and Lien

Expanding upon our History section, we now cover some parts of South African history. Currently, we have notes on the Collapse of Apartheid (South Africa in the 1980s) and the Transition from Apartheid to Democracy (1990-1994) available for your perusal. Head on over to the History page to find them.

Also in the pipeline are notes on “Lien se lankstaanskoene” by Derick van der Walt, the Matric Afrikaans setwork book for many schools. We will keep you updated on their progress and hopefully you’ll be seeing them soon.