Foster a community of responsible entrepreneurs

The Foundation is of the firm belief that high impact responsible entrepreneurs will contribute to a positive economic, social and political change. The Foundation therefore identifies, selects, and invests in individuals that show potential greatness over the long-term through its Scholarship and Fellowship opportunities.

The Foundation's approach provides access to education and entrepreneurial development. Once formal education is completed the Foundation encourages work experience that compliments personal passion, purpose and skills development. It is the Foundation's hope that Fellows will then move into areas of influence where they will effect lasting change and positive impact.

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For the Love of Tech Kholofelo Moyaba has always been fascinated by the idea of “giving things life”. This fascination is behind his two loves: visual art and technology. As a technology teacher and visual artist, his father modelled both these passions to Kholofelo from a young age. “I learnt a lot from him as we used to build and […]


Disenfranchised but not without hope By Jonathan Dickson South Africa is a nation in rehabilitation. It got very sick from power abuse at one stage and thankfully had timeous intervention to prevent a messy downward spiral. Since 1994, however, there have been relapses into its chronic condition of corruption and abuse of authority. The previous ruling racial minority were deluded, thought they were […]


Are we successful? Beneficiaries’ challenges in self-identifying as successful by Teri Richter Defining programme success in order to measure and evaluate progress towards one’s outcomes and ultimate impact is vital for...


Entrepreneurial mindset and education 2016 Circle of Excellence conference The Foundation recently hosted its annual Circle of Excellence (COE) conference. The COE principal’s...


Cultivating Entrepreneurs through the IVC process By Daniel Hampton The application of lean start-up principles, since its articulation by Eric Ries in 2008, has caused something of a...


Is Nigeria’s YouWiN! Entrepreneurship competition the most effective development programme in history? By Leila Davids If you owned a small business in Nigeria and earned about $143 per month, what would you do with...


Entrepreneurship Beyond Commercial Success What do successful entrepreneurs look like before their business is a commercial success? Wait, how can one even be...

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