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Education quality is poor in South Africa.
The poor quality of education in South Africa affects the country’s provinces unequally.
The province of KwaZulu-Natal is among the more affected provinces.
This study investigates the effectiveness of Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) towards education development in the province of KwaZulu-Natal.
It begins by labelling education as a nationwide government priority which is allocated significant funds.
It then further looks to see whether companies prioritize education when using their Corporate Social Responsibility funds.
The study makes use of the information available online to track companies CSR initiative.
The researcher further uses interviews to gather in-depth information of the companies’ CSR initiatives.
The companies studied were selected on the basis that they are all registered with the JSE and are active in CSR activities as is advised by the Johannesburg Stock Exchange Social Responsibility index (JSE SRI).
The three companies selected are ABI, Sapref, and Transnet.
Mthobisi Mkhize is PhD candidate at the University of KwaZulu-Natal.
He studies the impacts of CSI towards education development of Kwa Mashu High Schools.
He is a social activist and a passionate part time film maker.
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