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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 to working on a local level, the Motsepe Foundation identifies schools (and churches) that may need refurbishment or infrastructural development, in the interest of improving the academic environment of its students….


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 STEM and Arts fields under the organization’s bursary fund. Recipients of the fund currently study at the top universities in the nation, such as the University of Cape Town, the…

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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…


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