South African Education and Environment Project  
 

The South African Education and Environment Project (SAEP) empowers young people who are neglected by South Africa's education system. Through tutoring, enrichment and support, we give impoverished learners the tools to reach their potential and uplift their communities.

» Read our 2013 Annual Report here.

 

Our projects have developed in response to community needs to help the next generation build academic and life skills, prepare for and succeed in higher education and employment, and contribute as leaders to South Africa's economic and social development.

» Learn more about how we serve.

 

For twenty years, we have relied on the generous support of donors and volunteers worldwide.

» Learn how you can help.

 

» Watch a short film about our Bridging Year Programme from Missing Piece Films on Vimeo.

 

Good News from SAEP

 
   
 
29 Aug 2014
On Tuesday 26 August, SAEP's Arts Outreach Programme students performed at the High School Arts Festival held at the Artscape, Cape Town. Nine students from Zisukhanyo Senior Secondary School performed two marimba songs: Siyay' Vuma...
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29 Aug 2014
On Thursday 28 August, Colour Collaboration hosted an exhibition at the Brundyn Gallery in Cape Town. 50 paintings and photographs by a variety of local artists were available for purchase, and two paintings by Benon Lutaaya...
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25 Aug 2014
On Saturday 9 August students in the Sinethemba Secondary School Environment Club attended an interactive presentation about careers in the environmental sector at the University of Cape Town (UCT).   The presentation was put together jointly...
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21 Aug 2014
On Monday 18 August the South African Education Project (SAEP) hosted a fundraiser at the Sports Science Institute of South Africa where Prof Tim Noakes spoke about the benefits of his Banting eating plan. The...
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13 Aug 2014
Meet Florence Zathu, Principal of Isalathiso Educare in Philippi and SAEP's newest partner educare centre. Florence grew up in the Eastern Cape. Her mother died when she was nine-years-old and she was then raised by her...
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SAEP is a National Lottery Foundation beneficiary

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to find out about other projects supported by the NLDTF.

 

SAEP is an Impumelelo Waward Winner   The Independent Code   SAEP is a Stars Impact Award 2012 Runner Up

 

I became involved with SAEP when I volunteered at Noncedo Educare. Because of this experience, I felt empowered and encouraged to open my own educare.
- Constance, Thandolwethu Educare principal

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