Cape Town Coaches

  • Cindy Carelse

    Cindy Carelse is a 3rd year Bachelor of Education student at the University of the Western Cape, majoring in Mathematics and English. She was born and raised in Cape Town. Cindy is passionate about children and determined to give her learners the best education she is capable of giving. She strongly believes education, is the solution to every problem the world is currently facing. She enjoys being silly, reading all kinds of fiction and is thrilled to be part of the Numeric team.

  • Ruth Francis

    Ruth is an aspiring young and fun teacher, who loves the outdoors and anything adventurous. She is very passionate about young kids and Maths. She cares about kids doing well at school and will do anything in her power to help them succeed in life. Ruth wants to shape her kids into mathematical geniuses who think critically about everything and see how maths works in our everyday life. She is a fun, loving, caring and passionate person who likes to do anything silly.

  • Marewaahn Gamiet

    In life we all have strengths and weaknesses. Marewaahn believes that we should work to improve our weaknesses and use our strengths to our advantage to be most effective. He wants to reach the full capacity of his physical and mental strength. Marewaahn is often playful and may lose focus at times, but he understands that priorities come first. To lead from the front is ideally his method due to a stable sports background.

  • Yonela Gomoshe

    Yonela is a second year student at UWC studying BSc in Mathematical and Statistical Science. He is fascinated by Science, especially the Queen of all Sciences, Mathematics. He strongly believes that education is the most effective solution to develop the world. He sees a great future in Mathematics and he always encourages learners to take maths seriously. He strongly believes that he can make a difference and he is always willing to help.

  • Mduduzi Hadebe

    Mduduzi, an Environmental and Engineering Geology graduate, says that Mathematics was not his favourite subject at school. It took a very special teacher to change his perception of maths. He plans on showing his learners the fun, amazing, awesome side of Maths. His guiding quote is: "Leave the world a better place than how you found it, do this for yourself, and do it for the ones after you".

  • Tieho Hans

    Originally from Matatiele, Eastern Cape, Tieho obtained a National Diploma in Electrical Engineering from the University of Johannesburg in 2014. He strives to a make contribution to improve the lives of African Children. One day he wishes to find practical solutions that will enhance African harmony and solidarity among Africans in Africa.

  • Saadiqah Hendricks

    Saadiqah is a vibrant and enthusiastic third year student who is passionate about kids and a perfectionist at heart. She loves making kids smile and tries to make learning a fun experience. Her hobbies are spending time on the beach and crossword puzzles. She is a logical problem solver and tries her utmost to accommodate the needs of all her learners so that they can reach their full potential. She firmly believes that "you reap what you sow".

  • Lonwabo James

    Lonwabo James is a determined and highly motivated person who takes her job seriously. She is easy-going, a delight to work with and has an optimistic attitude towards life. She is also a realist, copes well when the going gets tough and very good at finding solutions to problems. Above all, Lonwabo James is a positive, enthusiastic person who relishes a challenge.

  • Mpho Komako

    Mpho Komako is a young man, zealous for knowledge. He was born and raised is the city of Johannesburg and is currently doing his degree in Mathematical Statistics. His interests and happiness mostly depend on his ability to help others. He always goes an extra mile to help, most especially in the field of education. He believes that knowledge and education has the power to change the world for the better.

  • Babalwa Kuster

    Babalwa loves music and she is passionate about Mathematics and Science. She sees education as a solution to problems in life because she feels education has made her view of life more positive and successful. She loves perfection and in everything she does in life she puts all the effort she has. She loves her family and friends because she believes having people you love and you know they love you in return is the best thing a person could have.

  • Nicholas Lamprecht

    Nicholas is an aspiring young teacher. He currently studies education at UWC and he is majoring in Maths and Science. He is a soft-natured person and enjoys interacting with children. He enjoys outdoor activities such as hiking and sports. He attended Fairview Primary School until grade 7, then went to South Peninsula High School, where he completed his grade 12. He enjoys being a Numeric coach and loves interacting with the children and preparing for his career as a full-time teacher.

  • Marshall Leeuw

    Marshall is a 24 year-old, final year student at UWC and originates form Knysna. Hard worker, passionate, and strong believer in the ability of others account for little of the words associated with him. He possesses great awareness and human relation skills. Helping others succeed and reach their goals is what he perceives as personal achievements.

  • Gideon Lepheana

    Gideon studied Chemical Engineering at the Cape Peninsula University of Technology (CPUT). He is driven by setting goals. He is a conscientious student. He believes that taking on new challenges is how one grows intellectually and personally.

  • Unam Lufele

    Unam Lufele was born in Cape Town and raised in the Eastern Cape. She now studies Mathematics and English at UCT. She loves people and enjoys being friendly and easily approachable. She values love and respect in her relationships and strives to bring positive energy to those around her.

  • Vuyani Majola

    Vuyani completed a B.Sc. in Biotechnology at UWC. Inspiration to pursue a career in teaching came from the experience of tutoring first year students in mathematics. He aims to be a change agent and to help people to be more competent in mathematics.

  • Sithabile Makasi

    Before joining Numeric, Sithabile completed a national diploma in Mathematics and Statistics at CPUT. She started tutoring mathematics in her second year and fell in love with teaching. As a result she is now doing training to be a teacher. Down to earth and an outgoing person, she is unafraid of doing things that are going to take her out of her comfort zone.

  • Shirley Mathume

    Shirley hails from a dusty village in Limpopo. She completed her studies (Metallurgical Engineering) at Vaal University of Technology. She lives by the motto: "The future isn't something hidden in a corner, it is something to build into the present" She believes she can change the misconceptions of maths.

  • Mpho Matome

    Mpho grew up in a village called Mamphulo in Limpopo. She lives an uncomplicated life. Maths is simple and she wants to share that idea with learners.

  • Sebenzile Mbambo

    Sebenzile is a Bachelor of Education student at CPUT, majoring in Mathematics, Science and Technology. She believes every child deserves to be equipped with the skills and values in order to reach their potential. She loves working with children; watching them learn and discover the beauty and elegance of Mathematics. She believes that everyone is capable of doing in maths as it is part of our lives.

  • Sisipho Mjodo

    Sisipho is from a small town called Worcester and is currently completing her Bcom Accounting degree at the University of the Western Cape. She's the eldest of four children and as a result, is very passionate about giving back to her community. She is a member of a variety of organisations that seek to develop the youth of South Africa. She believes an educated nation is a powerful one.

  • Bote Mkwanazi

    Bote, from Lindley in Free State, has a B.Sc. in Computer Sciences & Information Systems. At High School he met people who were convinced that Maths is not for everyone. He is learning to be a teacher so that he can show South African learners that through practice, everyone can do Maths. He is passionate about robotics and is always trying to integrate it with Maths.

  • Luxolo Mlofane

    Luxolo is a hard worker and is always willing to face challenges and to overcome them. Furthermore, he is dedicated, stays focused, and he listens to everyone's ideas. Luxolo also enjoys learning new things. He likes working with numbers and uses mathematical reasoning to solve real-life challenges.

  • Mthabisi Mlunjwa

    Mthabisi was born and raised in Gauteng. He is currently pursuing a BSc degree in Computer Science and Mathematics at the University of Western Cape. Mthabisi is a calm and quite person who enjoys solitude however he is a complete chatter box when he finds someone to talk and joke with. It is his love for mathematics that drew him to Numeric and he believes he can offer valuable input into the lives of his students.

  • Gcobisa Mngangwa

    Gcobisa is passionate about teaching Maths, Life orientation, Life Sciences and Physical Sciences. She connects easily with others and puts in a lot of effort to make any subject interesting. Her sense of humour is valuable. The principle of excellence guide her work ethic. Her coaching slogan is: “Bring them in, teach and show them all the good things, then send them out to serve the world”.

  • Maphethole Molewa

    Maphetole struggled with Mathematics in high school. When a teacher spent time with her, she started doing better at the subject. She has enjoyed assisting students who are struggling with their maths.  Maphethole is naturally shy, but she enjoys hearing people’s life stories. These greatly encourage her and remind her about the part she can play in the greater community.

  • Avile Ameer Mxadi

    Avile Ameer enjoys semantics the most, interpreting and justifying when chilling with friends. Mathematics has been his favourite subject since primary school. As a result of his love for maths, his currently doing his final year in BEd at UWC majoring in Mathematics and Natural science. His goal is to eliminate the fear of doing maths and make learners desire to do maths.

  • Ali Myataza

    Ali Myataza is a confident, philosophical and passionate computer science student, at the University of the Western Cape. He enjoys teamwork and is enthusiastic about uplifting the youth through education. Apart from his hardworking, serious-self he enjoys soccer, house music and comedy. In addition he believes in good leadership and once you get to know him, he is a truly inspiring.

  • Sibulele Ndindwa

    Sibulele is a currently studying at the University of the Western Cape. She is a wonderful person and her passion for maths defines her. She loves kids and loves maths and therefore wants her students to love maths too. She strongly believes that the teacher determines a child’s attitude towards maths for life. Maths is a game and if you know the rules, then the game will be easy.

  • Khotso Nkwana

    Khotso hails from the Limpopo province and matriculated in 2007. He developed his love for maths and teaching early in high school where he used to teach his classmates. He loves working with numbers. He believes that he can make a difference in the lives of other learners in the villages by teaching them mathematics.

  • France Nyambi

    France was born in Mpumalanga and is currently studying teaching at CPUT. France is an enthusiastic and goal-driven young man who is very passionate about education. France has a structured approach to work and focuses on small details, like working with people. He believes in life long learning and he is interested in business and community development. He spends most of his time helping where he can.

  • Xolisile Pato

    Xolisile considers that with Mathematics, we can solve an infinite number of solutions. He is currently pursuing his BSc Mathematics, Statistics and Economics Degree at the University of the Western Cape. He believes that with the help of Numeric he can inspire a change in the way young minds view mathematics. He is passionate about kids and dreams of seeing everyone becoming as passionate about maths as he is. “Mathematics is like a language, if you don’t understand a language you will not hear a word”.

  • Siviwe Phantsi

    Siviwe Phantsi is an energetic, motivated and passionate mathematics teacher. He is currently completing an educational course at the University of the Western Cape. In addition he motivates, young children from the townships, to pursue their dreams. He believes that education is the key to success, and success is key to happiness.

  • Siboniso Qosho

    Siboniso is great at making people laugh. He connects with others easily and he uses his sense of humour to make learners feel comfortable in the classroom. Siboniso puts in a lot of effort to make maths interesting to his learners and takes pride in seeing his learners’ marks improve over time. Siboniso’s enthusiasm is obvious and spreads quickly to those around him. When he is not coaching, Siboniso is probably playing soccer.

  • Fagmie Roberts

    Fagmie is a Bachelor of Education student at the University of the Western Cape, majoring in Mathematics and Science. He is an activist for equality in the education system of South Africa and believes that through programmes such as Numeric, we can tackle the inequalities head-on. In addition, he is a fun loving, sport fanatic that enjoys outdoor life and he believes that teaching should be done with a smile.

  • Yoliswa Role

    Yoliswa Role is a Math Tech graduate from CPUT. Her high school teachers are the ones that helped her develop a love for mathematics and inspired her to pursue a career in teaching. She is a firm believer in changing people’s lives in every interaction. She believes that through education anything is possible, which is why she wants to become a teacher.

  • Odetty Thapelo Sebone

    Odetty is a quiet, kind and polite person who is always calm. Born in Limpopo, she wants to teach children so that they will enjoy a better a society. She believes that "teachers are made, not born", and is working hard to become a good one.

  • Simelela Sisulu

    Simelela completed his BSc degree majoring in applied maths and physics at Walter Sisulu University. He grew up in the rural areas of Eastern Cape. Simelela fell in love with maths at primary school. He believes every child deserves a good education and must be granted the opportunity to learn regardless of their circumstances. He is excited about working with young minds.

  • Siphesihle Soko

    Siphesihle Soko is a third year student studying BEd at UWC majoring in Mathematics and Natural Science. She grew up in a village called Ejolweni in Lady Frere where she did her lower grades. She then went to Desmond Mpilo Tutu High School in Paarl. She enjoys working with and inspiring children and finds Mathematics an interesting subject. She believes in better education for all and the sky is the limit.

  • Sinesipho "Queue" Witbooi

    Queue was born and raised in King Williams Town. He is currently studying towards a Bachelor of Science degree at the University of Western Cape and majoring in Statistics. Queue has a passion and great love for both children and mathematics. He believes that determination and hard work are the keys to success.

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