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Nearly 28,000 SA primary school children are beginning to develop a new skill, one they thought had passed them by — the ability to read and write.

With the support of FM readers, Rally to Read, the national literacy initiative targeting remote rural schools, has just completed its 2019 programme. This year it provided educational resources and teacher training to 63 schools in five provinces, reaching 306 teachers and 27,734 children...

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