iCount is a series that uses animation and teenagers to explain complex accountancy issues. This 26 episode DVD series was created in association with Hi Mom for grade 10,11 and 12 accountancy. Each episode is 8 minutes in duration and covers a specific problem, the episodes are designed to be viewed via a computer or downloaded to a mobile phone for increased accessibility for learners. Read More
In collaboration with the National Department of Education, and with the close collaboration with each of the nine Provincial Departments of Education, Bright Media developed a proposal to address the critical need for Financial Capability development in South African youth, thriugh the Maths Literacy materials as well as an extensive face-to-face training element: Managing Your Money Grades 10, 11 and 12. Read More
This project was developed for the South African Insurance Association (SAIA) project, funded by the Financial Education Fund (FEF) in South Africa to promote financial literacy in all South African adults, measured in radio audiences and utilising four broadcast stations and one non-broadcast station as a control group. Read More
Ingrid Bruynse has personally developed the concept of Maintenance Multimedia, sought funding through the Open Society Foundation, and piloted the animated episodes in the Family Court in Johannesburg as a pilot.The current figures for a “success rate' for maintenance applicants of only 16% in Johannesburg Family Court. Read More
A collection of effective e-learning tools for learners to download.
Bright Media was formed in 2006, when the founders, left the SABC to develop Bright Media as a specialist South African educational media development and training organisation.
Bright Media works with both government and corporate clients and stakeholders in complex projects that require a dedicated multimedia production service of educational and developmental programmes for specific audiences, such as the child audience, or the teacher audience, working with both stakeholders, research and users that educate while using compelling formats at the same time.
Compulsory fund contribution by the South African short-term insurance industry towards improving the financial literacy education of the nation is a world first and is being used internationally as a best-practice model.
The teacher development iCount project was successfully completed during the first school term in order to allow teachers to continue with its further implementation during the second term. SAIA members from the Consumer Education Committee attended a workshop at the Voortrekker High School which was well attended.
All SAIA members and teachers were impressed with the iCount content and material. It was a very active workshop with vibrant activities and a lot of interaction. Read More
The Secrecy Bill remains a threat to the free flow of information that feeds South Africa's democracy. You can check out this page for a summary of the current problems with the Secrecy Bill, as well as a link to the R2K founding statement, R2K Freedom Test, and a recent presentation that unpacks the current version of the Secrecy Bill in some detail.
Take a workshop with Barefoot and make a difference in the world by using your knowledge together with HD technology. Create skills that will allow you to continue making positive change anywhere and everywhere. This class is structured for individuals who are interested in mixing travel, social activism, and HD documentary filmmaking into three weeks in Cape Town.
The National Autonomous University of Mexico, better known as UNAM, has said it will make virtually all of its publications, databases, and course materials freely available on the Internet over the next few years—a move that some academics speculated could push other universities in the region to follow suit.
The 33rd edition of Durban International Film Festival will take place from 19 to 29 July 2012. The festival will present over 200 screenings of films from around the world, with a special focus on films from South African and Africa. Screenings will take place throughout Durban including township areas where cinemas are non-existent. The festival calls for entries from around the world.