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.

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.

African Angels and Talisman Hire Nature Walk 2021

African Angels Nature Walk

Thanks to our sponsor Talisman Hire and all who supported our Nature Walk – we are always so amazed by the extent of the commitment of our supporters, wherever in the world they may be. We are humbled and grateful. THANK YOU. What a fantastic day we had on our beautiful Chintsa East Beach

From The Principal’s Desk

Our quality education is being recognised and rewarded February and March have seen two of our Grade 7 learners write exam upon exam for high school scholarships. Stamina and resilience have been the key. As I watched them weekend after weekend, I have noted a range of emotions from excitement at the prospect of achieving […]

Siyanqoba – MENtoring young boys to encourage them to grow into good men

Grade 4 teacher, Tawanda Mangwiro, has been working with The Character Company and some of the other male staff members to help young boys grow into good men by instilling honourable values. The programme started in 2019 in response to the increasing number of young men in our community who have absent, or emotionally absent […]