Your support makes our success possible Term started successfully with all staff and learners getting into the swing of things very quickly. The learners were very excited to be back at school. Our pass rate last year was 98% and 20% of our graduates were awarded scholarships for high school – this is something we […]
It all started with a need Ikhwezilomso Creche was started in Feb 2014 by local Chintsa East resident, Lindiwe Sigqaza. Lindiwe is a small and determined woman who is as gentle as she is strong. Her face takes on a new light when she talks about the children in her care and she is fierce […]
Lynn Pan and her family visited African Angels in 2019 and have remained committed to helping support the work we do. Lynn and her family have brought us much needed resources for many of our projects: Her husband, Christopher, sourced football kits from FCBESCOLA which is the football academy of the Barcelona football club; she […]
Times have changed and so too has our annual Beach Walk. It is now a Nature Walk – wherever you are.
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– help make African Angels one of them As part of their 70th birthday celebration, Exclusive Books is giving the gift of 70 books to 70 not-for-profit organisations in 2021.Please nominate us.Please take 2 minutes to fill in the nomination form at this link to help give the African Angels’ Independent School library a chance […]
After the dismay of hearing that schools would be closed until the 15th February, the teachers and I are delighted that Independent Schools have been given permission to open on the 1st February. Thanks go to ISASA who consistently and tenaciously request approval from the Department of Basic Education on our behalf. Back to School […]
At the end of the year, we held a function to thank our staff for their dedication and announced the Teacher of the Year for 2020. This year it was awarded to Sibo Chiwanga, Grade 1 teacher and all-round superwoman. “Every day that I come to work I strive to give the best in me […]
Since 2012, when the first group of Wild Women took to the Wild Coast for a 100km, three day running adventure, the Wild Women on the Run team has raised over R500 000 for African Angels. That’s nearly 10 years of support from this amazing group of women.