Ilizwi, our Jazz Musical Show will be touring Cape Town in early May 2013.
The official launch of 2Enable, our learning platform
that will assist us in managing our program, deliver meaningful learning content and fund raise for the CMDA and other local NPO's
working in our region.
To host several national and international musicians at the PAC as we have done in 2012.
To put on a show with
our newly discovered Mpumalanga Miriam Makeba, Princess Indlovukazi who will be performing in Ilizwi
To host our Route 40 Music
Festival in December 2013 featuring members from the CMDA, our Community Orchestra and guests from the USA.
In the pipeline....
Using our 2Enable platform, apply to become a member of the CMDA or just use the platform to improve your academic and music skills.
Currently you can access Mathematics from G8 - G12, Music Theory, Guitar and Recorder. We'll soon be adding Mathematics
from G8 - G11, Science from G8 - G12 and Violin lessons.
In association Carnegie Hall and the Rock School Scholorship Fund in the US, the CMDA is running a song writing competition, the winners
of which will attending our Route 40 Music Festival in December 2013. For more information on the competition, click here.
are also pleased to announce that Rolling Stone Magazine has agreed to be our media partner for the Route 40 music festival.
We are now in search of a naming sponsor and if you would like to be part of this festival, please contact email@example.com.
We have received a significant gift from the Dell Development Fund of 25 Dell desktop computers, 2 Dell notebooks and a
significant cash donation to establish digital learning centres in our community.
Using the cash portion, we plan
to upgrade twenty of the Dell desktop computers to six and ten user networks using a thin client solution and to install these
networks in schools and community centres within our community. The remaining five Dell desktop computers will be used for administration
purposes and to create free educational content for our 2Enable platform. The two notebooks will be used to enrol members in
our program and for training purposes.
All surplus funds from this donation will be used to develop and load all the science
content from Grade 8 to Grade 12 on our 2Enable platform. Each of these modules will be branded with the Dell logo in recognition
of their generous donation to our program and community.
We are now meeting with the Autotec Foundation and other non profit
orgisations in our area to ensure these networks are installed where they are most needed.
The Dell Development Fund supports the CMDA
our 'School in the Cloud'.
ASchool in the Cloud created by and designed to assistNon-Profit Organisationsmanage their programs and deliver
their learning material for the benefit of allSouth Africans.