Our Vision and Mission
At the core of this initiative is a community driven to TEACH South Africa. TEACH recruits, trains, places and supports young excellent graduates to improve quality in education for every child in South Africa irrespective of their socio-economic background
How You Can Get Involved
Become a Teach ambassador or Become a sponsor
If you would like to assist us with our work by making a donation, please make a deposit through the TEACH South Africa PayFast account
Become a Teach Ambassador
Calling all Change Agents:
Making Positive Impact
There is strong evidence that shows poor learners, with the same educational opportunities as wealthy learners, can achieve at the same level. Poor population learners are now matriculating at higher percent.
Growth Is Our Priority.
An Expanding Community
TEACH is a Non-Profit Organisation that relies on its hard-working recruits to fuel our cause. We host and attend a variety of fundraising initiatives throughout the year. Keep up to date with recent and upcoming events or read up on TEACH ‘In the News’
Teach SA so Far
556 Ambassadors have been placed since TEACH started in 2009 in 294 schools across 9 provinces with 71853 learners
Number of Schools
Our Partners & Sponsors
TEACH is a growing initiative that we could see more of in South Africa, it is inspiring to see the hard work we put in materialise into growth development and empowerment in the youth of our country.
News & Updates
Please Click on the link below: September 2019 Issue Newsletter
Click on the link below to download May 2019's Newsletter TEACH May Newsletter
Placing excellent high achieving graduates in low socio-economic backgrounds is the mandate TEACH South Africa set forth in its vision to revolutionize the standards of education across South Africa. A true testament to that vision is encapsulated in one individual....
TEACH South Africa Quartely Newsletter 2019
Playing an instrumental role in the lives of learners is the call that Ambassadors are tasked with. That is what Ambassador Emisang Machedi and colleague Onkemetse Mokgosi accomplished at Mncube Secondary School in Soweto, Mofolo. Fortune Mhlanga, a learner...
Our Alumni corner
Ordinary Heroes aka TEACH Ambassadors
Ordinary Heroes aka TEACH Ambassadors Who are you and what place do you call home? I am Tshegofatso “Phatso” Zingitwa and I am born and bred in Germiston on the East Rand of Johannesburg. What did you graduate with? I am a Political Science and International Relations...
Ordinary Heroes aka TEACH Ambassadors Who are you and what place do you call home? My name is Nditsheni Nekwevha and I am from Thoyandou. What did you graduate with? I have a Bachelor of Science in Mathematics and Physics Degree from the University of Venda. What were...
TEACH South Africa attended The Future of Learning conference which was held at the Birchwood Conference centre on the 10th and 11th of April 2017.
On the morning of May 11 2017, 40 Grade 10 and 11 learners from Thuto-Lesedi Secondary School in Vosloorus were invited to a Girl Talk event at the Youth Hall of the Acts Christian Church in Midrand.
Being a TEACH Ambassador means that I have to step in where there is a need and provide that particular need at the underprivileged school I am placed in.