Yanga’s heartwarming story is a perfect example of the ASF’s Shared Value Stakeholder Engagement Strategy, where the outcomes realised are
Experience the joy, the happiness, the gratitude of learners, parents and teachers
On Saturday the 6th August 2016, 100 new bicycles were recently handed out
Patience Nombeko Mbava was born and bred in Guguletu. Although she started her high school career at ID Mkhize High School, she matriculated from Isilimela Comprehensive School In Langa, Cape Town.
Thembinkosi Kenneth Ngoma matriculated in 1995 from Luhlaza High School. Between 1992 and 1995, he was a recipient of the African Scholar’s Fund Bursary.
I am Simphiwe Plessie, I resided in Khayelitsha, Site-B – Cape Town. The ASF have provided me with an amazing gift, the gift of not giving up on myself and my education even if the odds were totally against me at that time.
My name is Denise Mkapuza. I was a Bursary holder at African Scholars Fund from 2000 until 2004. I just wanted to Thank you for all the years that you have supported me at Fezeka Secondary School.
Mary-Lisa Vaaltyn Mary-Lisa wrote to us and had the following to say: “It feels wonderful to be able to write to you again. My name is Mary-Lisa, one of the old learners from Willowmore Secondary School.
Sitembele James Sitembele was funded by ASF during his high school days (2005-2006): I write to you to thank you so much for the great work that you are doing. I can now look back and say “I am because you are”. I matriculated at Nyameko High School in Mdantsane (Eastern Cape). I enrolled for…
Zukile Betana‘s story reads as follows: “I would like to take this time and express my deep feelings of joy and appreciation to all the sponsors, shareholders and co-operators of the AFRICAN SCHOLARS’ FUND family for their assistance and contribution towards my education during the academic year 2011. Allow me to take you a few…