Queendom launched Online Tutoring For Matriculants

Queendom has launched an online tutor for matric students, the tutor took place on the 11th of April just after President Cyril Ramaphosa has announced the extension of lockdown and ended yesterday.

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The campaign occurred in all 9 provinces on subjects including Maths Literacy, Physical Sciences, Life Sciences, Life Orientations, Sepedi, English, History, Accounting and Economics.

“The purpose of this online tutoring campaign was to keep learners busy and focused in their studies and also to meet their school teachers half way. I’ve never been so excited and dedicated in doing something like this with the campaign”, said Daisy Diamond.

Adding that after the announcement of the lockdown extension she knew what the students were going through, the panic and pain of missing school, and saw an opportunity for her campaign to helping with fighting the pandemic, which in turn made her realise the thirst and hunger the young generation of South Africa have for education.

This picture below shows students sending their message of appreciation to the campaign for .

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According to Daisy, Queendom wouldn’t have done this prestigious initiative if it wasn’t because of the help of selfless individuals who volunteered and make this campaign a success.

“I’d like to express my gratitude to out hero Tatana Tinyiko who sponsored us with data for the first month, our tutors who were accessible day and night for the learners”, said Daisy Diamond.

The tutors are the following, Shantel Chinerera and Tumelo Tshabangu for Life Sciences, Bhekumuzi Phala for Mathematcs Literacy, Xoli Grace Mokoena for Physical Sciences, Accounting, Vanessa Mutisa for Business Studies and Economics and Selokela Molamodi for History, and Daisy Diamond for English and Life Orientations.

“I’m so grateful like no words can fully explain how grateful I am because I am up to date now with English and and Life Orientation and thanks to Queendom. I really gained a lot through this difficult time of lockdown. I believe I’ll pass with good grades because of their utmost dedication and efforts of helping us”, said Zikhona Mbekwa, one of the learners from Sosebenza S.S.S in Eastern Cape.

Queendom was launched in 2019 April 27, their purpose is to positively impact lives of young women by helping them find their niche on earth and fullness in Christ, harness their inner power unleash their leadership potential.

They have been to schools to motivate young women, hosted few events for young people and also distributed sanitary towels to schools in the community.

By: Fortunate Machaba

Miss South Africa Visited Mamelodi After Queendom Was Lauched In Mamelodi West

The initiative called Queendom was launched on Saturday in Mamelodi West, Naledi Push Us Lifestyle with a purpose to develop young women who are slightly fighting battles, dealing with teen parenting and seeking to be young leaders.

“My event was about helping young people discover their purpose and unleash their potential”, said Daisy Diamond Tlailana.

She added that her goal is to see young people participating in such event that will elevate their reasoning capacity, and level of intellect and also to see them gaining knowledge and becoming leaders they wish to be.

People across the country including Pearl Nthehi (Miss South Africa), Santram Blair, Daisy Kgopa and Angela Khubheka (Mamelodi Sundowns team representatives).

Daisy was sponsored by the owner of Push us Lifesyle, Miss Traucia. “The turn out was more than what i have expected as I started marketing the event late and people were also not familiar with the place i was hosting the event, I couldn’t have a source of communication with people who were coming as i lost my phone a week before the event took place”, said Daisy Diamond Tlailana.

More events of this nature are expected to come.

By: Fortunate Machaba