Cancervive- Raise Your Hand Bike Ride 2015

In 2015 SABC Education through Raise Your Hand joined the Cancervive 10 day bike ride which started in Gauteng and ended in Limpopo. The Cancervive campaign aims to educate people about cancer. Statistics show that most rural area population doesn’t know much about cancer and this affects early detection. Awareness helps with early detection, debunking of myths associated with cancer and understanding that cancer doesn’t mean death.



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Iburst Supports Raise Your Hand

IBurst donated modems, routers and data to 5 of SABC Education chosen schools and community centers in support of the Raise Your Hand Campaign. The donation includes 2 years data and support with a possibility of renewal.






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