Change the world education is key

Projects

Bursaries

In an effort to uplift the country by uplifting its youth, the Motsepe Foundation currently has (number of current students?) university students studying in…

The Motsepe Foundation 2016 National Development Roadshow: Schools

Annually, the Motsepe Foundation tours the country to each of its provinces to meet with the members of is Development Forums. With a commitment…

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Change the world Beyond Sport, Music & Art

Projects

ABC Motsepe Schools Eisteddfod and Traditional Music

One of the strategic objectives of this school enrichment programme is to promote national reconciliation, a South African national identity, social transformation and cohesion…

ABC Motsepe League

The Motsepe Foundation sponsors the ABC Motsepe leagues as part of its contribution towards amateur football, in partnership with the South African Football Association…

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Change the world WOMEN'S UNIT

Projects

The Little Black Book, A Resource Guide For Women Across South Africa

On a quest to be #Bold for Change on International Women’s Day, 250 women from all walks of life will gather at The Hilton…

Gender Responsive Budgeting Initiative 2012

The women’s unit embarked on a research initiative in order to understand how government policy of women economic empowerment is supported by budget allocation….

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Change the world Development Forums

Projects

Development Forums National Workshop

In 2016, the Motsepe Foundation hosted its fourth Development Forums National Workshop. The Workshop brings together the organization’s Development Forum members and traditional and…

The Motsepe Foundation 2016 National Development Roadshow: Schools

Annually, the Motsepe Foundation tours the country to each of its provinces to meet with the members of is Development Forums. With a commitment…

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News&Events

Motsepe Foundation – Press Release: Little Black Book

The Motsepe Foundation Aims to Empower Women Through Access to Information On a mission to be bold for change and empower women at all levels with access to information, the Motsepe Foundation’s Women’s Unit will launch ‘The Little Black Book: A Resource Guide for Women Across South Africa. Johannesburg, Gauteng, 08 March 2017 – The…

The Development Forums National Workshop

The fourth Motsepe Foundation Development Forums National Workshop was successful, having received full attendance from the Forum’s members; chairpersons, religious and traditional leaders. Key points of discussion focused on; the handing over of equipment in Buffalo City, in East London, towards the development of 57 boxing clubs, as well as the press announcement of the…

The Future Belongs to the Educated & the Empowered

Youth Month has come and gone, but what remains is the legacy that it brings. Dr Precious Moloi-Motsepe reminds us of the importance of education for our youth. The Future Belongs to the Educated & the Empowered Youth Day often conjures up the iconic image of Hector Pieterson’s body being carried by Mbuyisa Makhubo and…

Dr Precious accepts 67 blanket challenge

Dr Precious Moloi-Motsepe, co-Chairperson of the Motsepe Foundation, has accepted the challenge to participate in the 67 Blankets for Nelson Mandela Day project. Other celebrities who have accepted include Sophie Ndaba, Miss South Africa Ziphozakhe Zokufa, Anele Mdoda, Gareth Cliff; Johnny Clegg, and Melinda Bam, according to the organisers. The project calls on South Africans…

The 2016 Motsepe Foundation National Development Roadshow Kicks Off in Mdantsane

On a windy day in East London, members of the quiet town of Mdantsane flocked to their local Community Hall expecting an announcement by the Motsepe Foundation. Members of the Mdantsane community break into song in the Community Hall The anticipated event marked the first leg of the Motsepe Foundation 2016 National Development Roadshow, during…

The National Development Roadshow Makes a Stop in Umlazi

After a successful visit to East London on the 17th of November, the Motsepe Foundation took its 2016 National Development Roadshow to Umlazi V Section in Durban. Two schools and six churches from Umlazi were given a donation of R150 000 each, earmarked for infrastructural developments. The donation made by the Motsepe Foundation is part…

Dr Moloi-Motsepe Calls for Greater Technology Co-operation

  Institutions of learning, the private and public sector, governments and civil society need to work together to ensure that technology is there to serve people and will create maximum impact and be accessible to the most impoverished amongst us, Dr Precious Moloi-Motsepe, co-founder and CEO of the Motsepe Foundation said in a graduation address…

One Million Swiss Franc Partnership to Support African Social Entrepreneurs Announced

Cape Town, South Africa, 4 June 2015 – Hilde Schwab, Co-Founder and Chairperson of the Schwab Foundation for Social Entrepreneurship, and Precious Moloi-Motsepe, Co-Founder and Deputy Chairman of the Motsepe Foundation, announced a three-year, 1 million Swiss franc partnership at a press conference on the opening day of the World Economic Forum on Africa. The…

2016 SEOY Awards Gala Dinner Celebration

The Motsepe Foundation, in partnership with the Schwab Foundation, hosted this year’s Social Entrepreneur of the Year (SEOY) Awards in Kigali. The Rwandan city has grown to set a benchmark in its entrepreneurial and environmental efforts. Key attendees included Dr Precious Moloi-Motsepe; Jeannette Kagame, First Lady of Rwanda; Dr Akinwumi Adesina, President of the African…

CPUT Graduation Ceremony

The Mostepe Foundation is always proud to see its bursary recipients embark on a new chapter in their life. Once they’re armed with the best education they can determine the course of their own careers. Early in the year, Cape Peninsula University of Technology’s (CPUT) Faculty of Education honored graduates who completed their four-year higher…

Africa Comes Together at Cambridge University

Africa Together is an annual event organized in Cambridge University to commemorate Africa Day. During the event, attendees sampled the very best of Africa, from food, to music, and culture. A diverse group of speakers, which included Dr Precious Moloi-Motsepe, also attended, bringing with them fresh insight and sharp discussions about the continent. For her…

The 2016 Motsepe Foundation National Development Roadshow Kicks Off in Mdantsane

On a windy day in East London, members of the quiet town of Mdantsane flocked to their local Community Hall expecting an announcement by the Motsepe Foundation. The anticipated event marked the first leg of the Motsepe Foundation 2016 National Development Roadshow, during which the non-profit will visit each of the 26 Development Forums in…

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