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Our Milestone Tv & Radio interviews

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The beginnings - Wesolve4x Co-founder and CEO Graduation at University of the Free State5 December 2018


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Presentation of Wesolve4x to Former President Thabo Mbeki by Our Actuarial Analyst and CEO Tsietsi Ngobese live on SABC news.Thabo Mbeki: The Problem With The Education Problem- 17 May 2019


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Tsietsi Ngobese| wesolve4x CEO| interview on KAYA FM | BREAKFAST WITH DAVID,Township Actuary. 28 March 2019


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Wesolve4x Cleaning My Planet Campaign launch in Katlehong May 2019


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SABC1 Kids News with Wesolve4x Actuarial Analyst & CEO , Tsietsi Ngobese Interview I 27 June 2019


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Wesolve4x Orlando Pirates and Kaizer chiefs Fans clean up the FNB Stadium after match 27/07/2019


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SABC1 Kids News with Wesolve4x Actuarial Analyst & CEO , Tsietsi Ngobese Interview I 27 June 2019


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Wesolve4x Maths program with grocery benefit launch at Eden Ridge High School South Africa February 2021


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Actuary teaches parents Maths- NewzRoom Africa interview 2 June 2021


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Newzroom Afrika A closer look at township economy. Thami Ngubeni chats to Tsietsi Ngobese, Actuarial and CEO of WESOLVE4X Consultancy and Sizwe Pamla, COSATU spokesperson.22 February 2021


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Wesolve4x Maths Classes for Learners and Parents- SABC news interview with CEO Tsietsi Ngobese . 17 August 2021


Our Mile stoneNewspaper Articles

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Actuarial scientist sells veggies for a living- Sowetan 8 January 2019

Wesolve4x Article on sowetan 8 January 2019 featuring the co-founder and CEO Tsietsi Ngobese

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Actuary opts to build a maths Programme-702 Radio Interview 8 January 2019

Podcast episodes from The Best Of Afternoon Drive With Joanne Joseph with Tsietsi Ngobese on wesolve4x Maths tutoring project

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Press release :Official WeSolve4x Cleaning My Planet campaign to kick off in Katlehong-29 April 2019

From being a street vendor selling vegetables in Katlehong, to graduating with an actuarial science degree from the University of the Free State (UFS), inventing and patenting a system to deliver and manage education courses for students, entrepreneur Tsietsi Ngobese (24) is now launching an ambitious community clean-up programme to promote environmental awareness and the benefits of recycling in local communities.

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A project to encourage environmental awreness -Kathorusmail 8 May 2019

The programme, The We Solve 4 X Cleaning My Planet campaign, was launched at the Abram Hlophe Primary School in Katlehong on May 4.
The campaign has been endorsed by Miss Earth South Africa, Catherine Constantinides.

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Plastic pollution a growing menace-Sowetan 4 May 2019

One of the people bent on cleaning up and saving the environment is 24-year-old entrepreneur Tsietsi Ngobese. Ngobese recently launched the WeSolve4x Cleaning My Planet initiative.

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Thousand plus hours dedicated to eliminate ‘trash blindness’-University of the Free State News 3 July 2019

The mission and message that the Wesolve4x Cleaning My Planet Campaign wants to convey, is based on a simple premise: Get community members to donate one hour of their time to cleaning duties every Saturday for the next 20 years until 2039. At the same time provide a continuous educational programme about waste management to the general public and to schools in order to empower them to take responsibility.

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Wesolve4x-Life Orientation National Exam October 2020, Grade 12 

Wesolve4x question paper feature for grade 12 Life orientation grade 12 October 2020 

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Actuarial scientist teaches kids school curriculum
Master class for parents in maths .Sowetan - 12 May 2021

An actuarial scientist has started a programme to teach parents mathematics skills in an effort to help them understand their children's homework better. 

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Gauteng parents attend maths classes to help their children with homework - IOL,13 May 2021

An actuarial scientist has started a programme to teach parents mathematics skills in an effort to help them understand their children's homework better. 

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Mathematics project empowers learners and parents - Kathorus Mail 25 june 2021

WeSolve4X adopted six local schools Thabotona Primary, Katlehong High School, Glenbrack High, Eketsang Secondary School, Mpotsheng Secondary School and Eden Ridge Secondary School.

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WeSolve4X invites residents to a fund-raiser to support learners - Kathorus Mail 12 july 2021

WeSolve4X hopes to adopt one million learners dealing with reoccurring challenges in public schools, which it wishes to change.

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Our Thought Leadership Articles 

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OPINION | The greatest township heist: Communities steal billions from themselves every yearNews24-12 December 2020 by Tsietsi Ngobese ,Actuarial Analyst and CEO at Wesolve4x

The best talent in the townships often leave the community and shapes the world outside our townships' ecosystem, and those who remain behind make uninformed decisions without expert advice, preventing the building of a strong township economy, writes Tsietsi Ngobese

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OPINION | 'Hopeful maths' to raise the matric pass rateNews24 - 29 March 2021 by Tsietsi Ngobese ,Actuarial Analyst and CEO at Wesolve4x

Lets, for a moment, delve into what I call hopeful maths. Hope in one equation.
Wesolve4x : Model= Maths + Parents – Hunger.

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Empower parents to elevate the pass rateSunday Independent - 20 June 2021 by Tsietsi Ngobese ,Actuarial Analyst and CEO at Wesolve4x

Empowering parents by teaching them maths so they can help thier kids while fighting hunger. Wesolve4x Model = Maths + parents - Hunger

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How poverty threatens the future of the country's youngChildren caught up in looting spree have a potential to become something greatSowetan-21 July 2021 by Tsietsi Ngobese ,Actuarial Analyst and CEO at Wesolve4x

Seeing images of children caught up in the looting and violence that have hit our country is heartbreaking. It is a devastating reflection of how poverty can drive society on edge and threaten the future of our children.

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More female actuaries to the future benefit of all in SASowetan-12 August 2021 by Tsietsi Ngobese ,Actuarial Analyst and CEO at Wesolve4x

During my days as a student at the University of the Free State, I had the honour of meeting an incredible young woman. Halatedzi Ramigo was a rare gem, determined and passionate about making a difference in the lives of others. Article dedicated to our late co-founder Halatedzi Ramigo.

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Our PodCast

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Actuary opts to build a maths Programme-702 Radio Interview 

Guest: Tsietsi Ngobese, Actuary and CEO of WeSolve4X 8 January 2019

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Parents attend Maths classes to help children with homework-702 Radio Interview

Guest: Tsietsi Ngobese, Actuary and CEO of WeSolve4X 13-May 2021

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#TGSD | The Glenzito Super Drive Radio 2000

May 12, 2021 3:58 PM, Radio 2000 ,Wesolve4x Maths tutoring programme 

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Township parents attend Maths lessons to assist their children-Power FM interview 

On POWER Talk, Lukhona Mnguni is in conversation with the co-founder and chief executive officer of WESOLVE4X Tsietsi Ngobese about developing Maths skills among parents and their children. 22 July 2021

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