This Wednesday, the Daily Dispatch ran the awesome story of qualified chemical engineer Vuyani Majola, who returned to his hometown to run a resource centre and copy shop aimed toward high school pupils.
He now runs a Paperight outlet out of a container in Mdantsane, East London, and is helping schoolchildren from his community get the most out of their education. It is a fantastic story, with shades of the story of molecular oncologist Zakes Ncanywa opening his own copy shop & Paperight outlet in Peddie, not too far from East London.
Paperight is changing the way educational materials are being distributed in South Africa, making them more available and – more crucially – more accessible. Joining our movement of outlets is free and simple: go to http://paperight.com/register to join us.