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To meet the requirements of a 21st century skilled workforce target, we believe education should be that of a career-centric type of learning has changed over past decades, along with the interests of students, demands of the workplace, and technology integration.

In accordance with our Foundation’s mission to ‘’build learning institutions that offer effective educational solutions to improve the quality, efficiency and sustainability of education and training and life-long learning”, we believe combining academic and career-technical education in high school can keep students’ options open.

This integrated strategy can encourage students to pursue their college aspirations while providing skills that could be useful if they attend college or if they leave school without a bachelor’s degree.


Sport and physical activity has long been used as a tool to improve mental, physical and social well-being.

Participation in sport teaches young people about the importance of key values such as honesty, teamwork, fair play and respect for themselves and others. Increasing the levels of participation of youth and women in sport and recreation, ensuring that marginalized children in rural communities with talent are given opportunities to progress up to the continuum until they reach their fullest potential.

Arts and Cultural Heritage

Cultural diversity has the potential to unite people in the same manner as it has the potential to divide them.

The cultural profile of the KwaZulu-Natal Province and the city of Durban is a diverse one, hence our aim to celebrate, develop and address socio-economic challenges through the powerful weapon of arts and cultural heritage.

Arts and cultural expression was and is still a weapon of struggle, protest and a clarion call for those of us who do not have a voice to make known that which we feel intensely. clinic.


In South Africa, private and public health systems exist in parallel. The public system serves the vast majority of the population, but is chronically underfunded and understaffed.

While government is doing everything possible to speed-up healthcare delivery, however communicable diseases remain alarmingly high, therefore as a developmental organization we plan to source funding that will go towards primary healthcare and prevention of communicable diseases through a private