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Class of 76 Foundation calls on organisations to help lobby for free education in parliament

Johannesburg – The non-profit organistion, the Class of 76 Foundation (CO76F), is campaigning for free education in South Africa.

CO76F wants to propose a free education campaign along with an education levy.

CO76F is a non-profit Organisation established in honour of students who sparked the revolution in 1976

The main objectives are:

  • Campaign for free basic and higher education.
  • Cancer Awareness
  • Clean Enviroment
  • Assist children orphaned by COVID

The current project is the implementation of free education.

“CO76F hereby invites like-minded organisations to join it in lobbying Parliament to legislate the introduction of the Education Levy (EG 5%) on all goods sold in SA, to assist government in providing free education,” CO76F said in a statement.

Follow Class of 76 Foundation on Twitter by clicking here. 

The main objective is to:

  • Subsidise Basic and Tertiary Education
  • Total Eradication of Pit Toilets
  • Total security for schools
  • Take away dinners poor learners
  • The Free Education Fund must be co-managed by a team of Forensic Auditors.


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