Original suppliers of GED Academy in South Africa - a self paced home study program to prepare you Readmore
impaq home education Readmore

Homeschool ABC



Popular homeschooling approaches and styles ...

+ View


5 Easy steps to start homeschooling ...

+ View


How to choose a curriculum for your family ...

+ View


Election 2011 – How should we then vote?

South African citizens have the right to vote. If you have the right to vote, it means that you have the choice to vote, or not to vote. If voting was compulsory, then it would not be a right, but a duty.

During previous elections, about 25% of South Africans decided not to vote. People have done this for various reasons. Some were just too lazy to vote. Some do not believe that voting for a political party will make a difference. Others do not vote as a matter of principle. Read more.

The majority of citizens however do vote. Many of these citizens find it difficult to make a choice on who to vote for, because there is such a large number of political parties to choose from, and it takes some effort to work out which party is mostly in line with your personal values.

The organisation “Africa Christian Action” has compiled a voter’s guide that lists the policy of the different political parties on a number of biblical issues. This guide can be viewed at www.savotersguide.com

Homeschooling parents are citizens that believe that education is the responsibility of parents. One of the issues that is listed in the voter’s guide is : “Education: Parent Controlled and for Religious Freedom”. Homeschooling parents that have decided to vote, should therefore seriously consider to vote for a party that believes that education is the responsibility of parents.

Many citizens do not vote, because politicians are not held accountable for what they do. In order to address this issue, an initiative has been launched to help citizens to hold politicians accountable. Click here for more information on this initiative.

Minister van Onderwys bevestig ondersteuning van d...
Tuisleerder presteer in foto-kompetisie

Related Posts



No comments made yet. Be the first to submit a comment
Already Registered? Login Here
Wednesday, 23 August 2017
If you'd like to register, please fill in the username, password and name fields.

Legal & Research

Legal Status

Home Education is legal in South Africa and internationally.

+ View

Homeschool Research

Research consistently proves that homelearners perform better.

+ View

History of homeschooling in South

History of home education in South Africa   Home schooling (which

+ View


Start a Learning Centre

Important considerations when starting a learning centre

+ View

Learning centre overview

Regulatory environment & support for learning centres

+ View

How to find a learning centre

Since there is no central registry of learning centres, they are

+ View


Homeschool family blogs

Blogs by homeschooling families sharing their experiences and advice. ...


Tutors provide additional support to homeschooling parents. ... ...

Support Groups

Parents living in the same area that support each other. ....... ...

Homeschool Forums

Where homeschoolers in South Africa discuss and share ... ...



  Cambrium is a globally recognised online education platform that ...

Leer Programmeer

www.toekomsweb.wordpress.com Ons bied 'n 13-weke Kursus aan by ...


We offer an integrated education solution that gives you full ...

Nukleus Onderwys

Alles wat 'n suksesvolle leerder benodig

Q & A

What about matric?
There are a number of ways that homelearners can get a matric. The most popular form of matric is the academic matric. W...
5063 Hits
What is the best curriculum?
There is no curriculum that is the best curriculum for all families. Parents must have a look at as many as possible cur...
4149 Hits
Free and 2nd Homeschool resources
The sahomeschoolers.org website has a list of selected free resources that are available, as well as a service where hom...
4613 Hits
Save 10%
  • Prev
  • Curriculums & Resources
Scroll to top