Durban – Nine South African pupils are proving that numbers don’t lie.
Their calculations have led them to national selection and the chance to compete globally to see who the best maths whizz is.
Some have already made their mark at this month’s Pan-African Mathematics Olympiad (Pamo) in Rwanda, where South Africa was named the third best-performing country behind north African nations Algeria and Morocco.
The South African Mathematics Foundation (SAMF) announced who will represent South Africa in the upcoming International Mathematics Olympiad.
The Olympiad will be held in Japan from…
South Africa Education News