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1995

Sizwe Nxasana, Michael Richardson, Rob Paterson and Thandi Orleyn are founding Trustees of the Zenex Foundation.

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Zenex works with disadvantaged schools in three predominantly rural provinces: KwaZulu-Natal, Eastern Cape and Limpopo.

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Zenex helps establish Provincial Education Trusts to support government with school infrastructure development in eight provinces. Twenty two (22) new schools and 12 educational development centres are built as part of the initiative.

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1997

Jane Hofmeyr is appointed as Trustee of the Zenex Foundation.

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2000

Zenex pioneers Monitoring and Evaluation of its projects – adding an accountability and learning dimension to the traditional donor practice of simply providing project funding.

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Zenex pioneers the development of African language reading books for Foundation Phase learners to support mother-tongue instruction.

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Zenex strategy shifts from focusing on infrastructure development to human resource development as government makes significant strides in building new schools.

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2002

Rob Paterson retires as a Trustee of the Zenex Foundation. Sir Michael Oliver is appointed as a new Trustee.

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Zenex pilots a project to introduce English from Grade 1 in Limpopo and Eastern Cape to support learners who switch to English as the medium of instruction in Grade 4. A decade later in 2013, government effects policy to implement English from Grade 1 in South Africa.

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2003

Gail Campbell is appointed as new CEO of the Zenex Foundation.

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