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A hiking adventure at Cape Point

By | July 17th, 2017|Cross Cutting, Environment, High School, Hope Scholars, Impact Centre, Uncategorized|

Last month, our Hope Scholars learners participated in two hikes. While SAEP organises many hikes throughout the year, these particular hikes gave learners the opportunity to contribute to the body of scientific knowledge on local biodiversity. The initiative was coordinated by SAEP’s Impact Center, the Cape Citizen Science (CCS) initiative and the Stellenbosch University. The CCS [...]

What a way to end off the Youth Month!

By | July 4th, 2017|Bridging Year, General news|

                            During youth month, SAEP’s Bridging Year students watched a documentary based on the 1976 Soweto Uprising during their critical thinking workshops. Many of the students were not fully aware of what had taken place, and rather viewed the day as “just [...]

SAEP’s Siyakhathala Primary programme learners explore the Giraffe House

By | June 6th, 2017|Foundation phase, Primary school, Uncategorized|

Last week we took our grade 3 and 4 Siyakhathala Primary programme learners and their Learning Gym coaches on a trip to Giraffe house near Stellenbosch. Giraffe House keeps a large variety of wild indigenous animals, almost all of which the learners had never seen in real life. This was an opportunity for 101 learners [...]

SAEP’s Annual General Meeting

By | May 11th, 2017|General news|

Download our 2016 annual report to find out more about our achievements and successes in 2016                           On Saturday the 6th of May, SAEP held its annual general meeting at Siyazakha Primary School in Brown’s Farm, Philippi, during which we reflected [...]

2017 – My lectures at Zisukhanyo Secondary

By | April 12th, 2017|Uncategorized|

Since 2001, when Norton Tennille offered me to teach a class of grade 9s at Sinethemba High School, I had the feeling that the field of Arts was a truly important medium for hope and mind opening for the townships under-privileged schools. Year after year of volunteering work in these schools, it was confirmed by [...]

SPP learners at Edith Stevens Wetlands Park

By | April 12th, 2017|Primary school|

Outings give our children the experience of hands on learning in an environment away from their normal school and community surrounds. The Siyakhathala Primary programme organised an outing for the Grade 4 learners from Siyazakha Primary School to the Edith Stevens Wetlands Park – an interesting and insightful natural biodiversity area that sits in the [...]

We are hiring a Fundraising Officer

By | April 12th, 2017|Fundraising and events|

SAEP seeks to recruit a Fundraising Officer, based in Cape Town. The successful candidate will join our fundraising team to work on a wide range of fundraising tasks, including prospect research, proposal writing, donor reporting, individual fundraising and campaigns.  Report to: SAEP’s Development and Fundraising Manager Salary:  R12 000 to R14 000 depending on qualifications and experience. Closing date for [...]

Making an impact through mentoring students

By | March 2nd, 2017|High School|

Sikho Stungu finished her studies with flying colors despite the challenges she faced. Sikho attributes her success to the support she received from her mentor who motivated her to overcome her challenges and excel academically Here is Sikho’s story on her inspirational journey in the Tertiary Support mentorship programme The Tertiary Support mentorship [...]