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Mozambik restaurants partner with TutorBox

Mozambik restaurants partner with TutorBox to assist families during lockdown with Covid-19 Catch-Up Tutoring Courses for Gr 10-12 and Kids’ Edutainment Packs.

Johannesburg: Mozambik restaurants has partnered with education group TutorBox, Mix 93.8FM, The Citizen, Edgars Club and Mango Airlines to launch gratis online high school catch-up classes for Grade 10-12 as well as digital edutainment packs for download to keep younger children entertained during the period of national lockdown. The edutainment sets were designed by TutorBox’s education and childhood development specialists with catch-up tutoring courses presented in a live streaming environment by TutorBox’s teachers and tutors.

The Covid-19 Catch-Up Course registrations launch Tuesday 31 March – 6 April at “This initiative will be at no cost to South Africans during the lockdown,” says Mozambik chief executive Manny Nichas. “While our restaurants are closed during lockdown, we have looked at other ways to support, partner and serve the community.” Digital edutainment packs will be available at no cost for certain editions and R 100 for purchased downloads. “TutorBox has 15 years under its belt as a premium tutoring and educational agency and likeminded to Mozambik in our passion for communities.”

“In life-unusual times like these we all need to stand together and support one another,” says TutorBox chief executive Michelle Jardim. “The Covid-19 Catch-Up course construct was designed to secure continuity of learning during the lockdown with excellent teachers and tutors engaged to assist learners during this time. The kids’ activity packs include educational elements, emotion tracking tools and a whole lot of fun. Again, designed with family in mind and the ability to use materials that are already in and around the house.” Jardim adds that the Covid-19 pandemic has induced lateral thinking across all industries and “really spoke to our sense of community as likeminded brands and the upliftment of the South African youth.”

Kid’s downloads and registration for the Covid-19 Catch-Up Courses commences at 9am on Tuesday 31 March on a first-come, first-served basis. Registration will be open for 9 days while the course commencing on 9 April 2020. “While there is limited space available for the live sessions, a rebroadcast will be made available and run for a period of time post the live course, dependent on demand,” says Nichas. “The kids’ downloads will be available from Tuesday 31 March as well. All are available at and with Covid-19 Catch Up registrations also at

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