Siyolise Sakhwe, a recipient of the African Scholars fund, can be held aloft as a beacon of inspiration for secondary school students across the country.
This year the ASF sponsored 534 Gr12 learners, of whom one learner dropped out before writing her June exams.
We haven’t been on school visits since the Covid-19 outbreak and this was our very first visit
“Suddenly your schools were closed, and you were required to stay at home.Your studies came to a halt
An idea takes flight and a legacy is born. Such legacy continues to be the foundation from which dreams take form.
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
The African Scholars’ Fund was introduced to David Brienza (the driving force behind BikeTown Africa) in November 2015
On Saturday the 6th August 2016, 100 new bicycles were recently handed out
After an absence of many years, this was to be our first trip back to the Eastern Cape to visit