Independent School

Growing good South African citizens. African Angels Independent School provides quality primary school education (6 -13 years) for economically and socially disadvantaged children from local townships and surrounding farms. With a youth unemployment rate of 39%, getting a quality education is essential for youth to create opportunities in the future.

Community Learning Centre

Knowledge is power. Power for all.

A joint venture with the community and Friends of Chintsa, that will deliver digital literacy and internet access to over 5 000 local residents.

Reading Program

In 2016 it was found that 59% of Grade 5 students in South Africa cannot read for meaning. Siyafunda is African Angels' after school literacy project that engages local community members as reading mentors, designed to help stop the decline in South African children's reading skills.

Hostel Accommodation

With facilities able to sleep over 100 participants, and with substantial research evidence suggesting that outdoor adventure programmes impact positively on young people's attitudes, beliefs and self-perceptions; and builds independence, confidence and self-esteem; African Angels is planning residential outdoor education camps for disadvantaged children.

Mandela Day – 67…

We are disappointed that you will not be able to visit African Angels School to deliver your 67 minutes of effort on Mandela Day – 18 July. NEVER FEAR – we have come up with some great ideas about how you can help us, from the safety of your home, or workplace. Collect 67 of […]

Mirian from CVC runs with Pumla from the Angels

World joins fundraising virtual run for African Angels

On Sunday 14 June 2020, teams across the world ran, walked, cycled a total of 88kms individually, or collectively, and asked for donations. All donations were generously matched at 100% by our matching partner, CVC Capital. Thanks to everyone who took part we exceeded our matching target of 10 500 euros – we raised 10 […]

NFB donate food parcels to Chintsa community

Food Parcel Donations for Chintsa community

In Chintsa 214 households have NO income of any kind. We are deeply appreciative of the substantial food parcels NFB, NVest and IET have funded this month. Six of their team came today and worked to help folk collect their parcels. Partnerships like these are rare, and special. Thank you!!If you’d like to get your […]