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Christmas With Our People Comes to a Close in Tshwane

Tshwane was abuzz this past weekend as the last leg of the Christmas With Our People concerts took place in Moretele Park, Mamelodi. With over 47 000 people in attendance, the concert proved a great success for the Motsepe Foundation. People gathered to be entertained by some of the county’s leading artists, including Ricky Rick, […]

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 […]

Motsepe Foundation applications now open

To all students and scholars alike, the Motsepe Foundation is proud to announce that it’s opened for applications for its bursary fund. We’re looking for the country’s next engineer, artist, scientist, lawyer, etc. Wherever your passions lie, we hope to help you explore them with the best university education in the country. Aspiring students in […]

Kay Motsepe Schools Netball National Tournament

The Kay Motsepe Netball National Tournament is finally here. After a series of matches played by merit and development schools across the country, the very best of them will be battling it out for the title of National Winner. The venue for the anticipated games has changed and will move from UJ Soweto to Florida High […]

Kay Motsepe Schools Cup – Provincial Finals Roundup

The Kay Motsepe Schools Cup has been underway since the 23rd of July. So far provincial matches have been held in the Northern Cape, the North West province, the Free State, Limpopo, Mpumalanga, the Eastern Cape and Gauteng. The Motsepe Foundation has been monitoring the progress of each provincial game in the lead up to […]

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 […]

The Choral Sounds of the ABC Motsepe Eisteddfod Competition 2016 Fill Rhema Church.

Tuesday, 28th June, Rhema Bible Church, Johannesburg – The Eisteddfod 2016 competition has started, and the first day lived up to expectations. Hosted by Mongezi Boloshe, the event was carried with excitement and optimism. The ensembles were well coordinated and well-dressed, being guided by energetic conductors throughout their performances.  Choirs performed from Special Schools, Farm […]