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Grade 10 & 11 Students: Turn Your STEM Ideas into Community Solutions

Michael Hawthorne

Samsung South Africa is giving learners in grades 10 and 11 an exciting opportunity to make a real difference in their communities while showcasing their STEM skills. The Samsung Solve for Tomorrow competition is back for its second year in Africa, inviting students from underserved public schools to unleash their innovation and tackle pressing environmental problems.

The competition encourages young minds to think creatively, collaborate effectively, and use Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math (STEM) to solve real-world issues faced by their local communities.

Solve for Tomorrow is about empowering learners to see themselves as problem-solvers and giving them a platform to translate their ideas into tangible solutions.

Entries for the 2024 competition are now open, and students have the chance to win incredible prizes for their schools. Schools can win up to R100 000 in technology and classroom supplies, creating even greater opportunities for innovation and growth.

Teachers are urged to play a vital role by submitting their school’s application at This simple step can unlock amazing potential for both students and their school communities.

The Samsung Solve for Tomorrow competition is more than just winning prizes; it’s about inspiring the next generation of changemakers. If you’re a South African student in grade 10 or 11 with a passion for STEM and a desire to make a difference, this is your chance!


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