ASE attracts journalists from the entire country. You will find an article about us on page 7 of the Times of November 14. Here is the article they wrote. To read the all article, click here.
The African School for Excellence opened in
Allan GrayOrbis Foundation is a South African non-profit organisation that 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.
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Global Good Fund is a non-profit organisation which connects social entrepreneurs, qualified business coaches and social-minded investors. The Global Good Fund accelerates the growth of high potential young leaders tackling the world’s greatest social issues. African School for Excellence is proud
A lecturer of Rhodes University offers a valuable perspective on education in South Africa and explains the need in independant schools like ASE
Less costly independent schools now a necessity
By Nomalanga Mkhize, lecturer in the history department at Rhodes University,
One of our core beliefs at ASE is that things need not remain the way we see them today. Our world is constantly changing—not only in small ways, but also in unimaginably drastic ways, and not merely by accident, but
ASE change le futur
Une de nos croyances à ASE est que les choses ne doivent pas rester dans l’état où elles sont aujourd’hui. Notre monde change constamment. Ils ne changent pas qu’un peu mais énormément. Ils ne changent pas
On the 20 September, ASE Tsakane hosted a technology festival organized by the House4Hack Company. Here is an interesting summary of the ASE Tech Day. Adam Oxford from Hypertext Africa provides a relevant vision of how tech is transforming
The House4Hack is an initiative to bring together technology specialists and entrepreneurs in an informal setting. On the 20th of September they came to our campus and allowed ASE Scholars to experience 3D printers and other amazing techs. It was
Trainee’s honour by Clement Marchand
Clement is a 21 french scholar at EMLyon Business School who commited into into social entrepreneurship. He made inquiries about African School for Excellence on the internet and after having found this non profit organization
Clement est un étudiant français de 21 ans d’EMLyon Business School engagé dans l’entrepreneuriat social. C’est après ses recherches sur African School for Excellence qu’il a décidé de faire le grand saut en allant travailler six mois pour l’organisation. Il