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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2017 – The Year for South African Entrepreneurship Not all opportunities are created equal and some are able to have a disproportionate impact on a country’s future trajectory. In our own nation who would have believed that sporting events such as winning the world cup rugby combined with Madiba’s wearing of the No. 6 jersey could give such impetus to nation building, followed […]

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Out of the Mouths of Babes While Laaiqah Taliep, a Grade 12 learner at St Cyprian’s School for Girls and Allan Gray Scholar, is technically no longer a babe, she’s sharing wisdom that is well beyond her years. A video she recently created to promote awareness about water misuse and its effect on climate change has already garnered 4 000 views […]

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No Turning Back   Carol Nonhlanhla Gajana accepted the position of Events and Logistics Coordinator at the Allan Gray Orbis Foundation because...

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GEW 2016: Becoming an entrepreneurial explorer in our own cities | By Dinika Govender Global Entrepreneurship Week is the world’s largest celebration of the innovators and job-creators who launch startups that bring ideas...

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The Value of Accelerators Demo Day Monday 28 November saw E2 and the Foundation’s first accelerator programme culminate at Demo Day. Allan Gray...

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How to add R2.5 trillion to the South African economy – why in entrepreneurship quality matters more than quantity. As South Africa looks to harness the full economic potential of entrepreneurship, it is easy to fall into the...

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Learning to Walk on Water Many Allan Gray Fellows view the Foundation as an individuality shaper, a paradigm shifter and a training ground for...

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