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The Cyril Ramaphosa Foundation (CRF), formerly known as the Shanduka Foundation, was established in 2004 by Shanduka Group and its founder Cyril Ramaphosa.
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New careers take flight with CRETThere is exciting fresh talent taking to the skies as five newly qualified drone pilots celebrate at a graduation ceremony hosted by The Academy of Aviation and Cyril Ramaphosa Education Trust (CRET). All five students are beneficiaries of education funding from CRET. 6 Sep 2021 Read more

Thari Programme Diepsloot Combined School Career DayThe pressure to select a career path can be a confusing and daunting experience for most grade 12 learners. This leads to many matriculants from disadvantaged communities leaving school with little to no information about continuing post-matric due to a lack of career guidance. 25 Aug 2021 Read more

A stitch in time saves SMEsClichéd as it may be, the proverb about 'teaching a man to fish' still holds water now more than ever, especially for small business owners. 17 Jun 2021 Read more

Thari Programme spotlights bullying in schools this Child Protection Week30 May to 6 June marks National Child Protection Week in South Africa. The week is commemorated annually to raise awareness of children's rights as articulated in the Constitution of South Africa and the Children's Act No. 38 of 2005. South Africa's Constitution emphasises the importance of children's rights, equality and dignity. Child Protection Week aims to raise awareness about children's rights as outlined in the Children's Act of 2005 and how South Africans can tackle the issues that infringe those rights. The theme for this week is 'Let us all protect children during Covid-19 and beyond'. 4 Jun 2021 Read more

Return on investment for bursaries calls for holistic supportMany students are supported in their tertiary studies through bursaries provided by private companies. However, university retention and pass rates in South Africa are low. A recent Top Empowerment masterclass noted that 33% of students enrolled in a four-year degree will drop out. Less than a third of students manage to complete their tertiary education in the minimum allocated time. It is clear that a bursary for tuition, books and accommodation alone isn't enough. 5 May 2021 Read more


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Contact Cyril Ramaphosa Foundation

Telephone: +27 11 592 6560
Email: gro.asohpamarliryc@ofni

Physical Address:

Cyril Ramaphosa Foundation House
18 Acacia Road
Chislehurston
Sandton

Postal Address:

Postnet Suite 1027
Private Bag X9
Benmore,
2010