The EsiDulini Community Trust supports the Justicia Digital Learning Campus, in partnership with the Good Work Foundation. The campus services approximately 1100 school-aged learners per week and is the foremost adult skills-training centre in the local rural area.
The JDLC is able to support young adult learners; both school leavers and out of school youth, through the Good Work Foundation bridging year. It also offers learners the opportunity to graduate from the bridging year into “career academies” such as the ICT Academy, Hospitality Academy and Conservation Academy.
The JDLC also supports an Open Learning Academy with satellite schools, specifically Babati Primary School and Mketse Primary School in addition to Madlala High School and two local pre-schools.