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1. Student Sponsorship..JPG


The Foundation seeks to provide talented scholars with access to quality education through a holistic approach that considers financial assistance as well as mentorship amongst other things. We are committed to assisting students for the entire duration of their studies and beyond. The Foundation works very closely with our strategic partners to ensure that we can provide the scholarships.


  • Two sponsored students at the University of Pretoria (Both on track to graduate in 2021)

  • Three sponsored High School students (St David’s Marist Inanda, St John’s College/2022 and Bishops College/ 2022)

  • These students fall under our mentorship program where their unique needs are catered for and they are provided for a mentor to assist them.



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The cricket clinics serve as an opportunity for selected talented cricketers to enhance their skills and fitness levels through a structured programme compiled by professional cricket players. In addition, the clinics also seek to test and improve both physical and mental aspects of the players. The young cricketers have direct access to Temba and other professional coaches. The clinics also serve as a platform to provided coaches from the respective communities with skills development. The Foundation also uses the clinics as a platform to identity potential candidates for scholarships to our partner schools.


We have successfully hosted five cricket clinics across Gauteng (including (including Soweto and Kagiso), focused on developing some of the basic and core skills required to be a well-rounded cricket player. Whilst the clinics are centered around cricket skills development, we strive to incorporate life skills coaching into the clinics. The Foundation has always been focused on the holistic development of the individual.

  • September 2021: The Foundation hosted a cricket clinic in partnership with Durban High School (DHS)aimed at boys in the u12 age group. The cricket clinic was well attended by boys from different townships in Durban and showcased the up and coming cricketing talent in the region.

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facilities development


Development of the sport of cricket across previously disadvantaged communities remains a core area of focus for the Foundation. Integral to this, is ensuring that the cricket facilities in these communities are of an acceptable and professional standard.


The Foundation has revamped and upgraded the cricket facilities at three schools across Gauteng (Hoernle Primary School in Soweto, Entuthukweni Primary in Kagiso, Bosmont Primary in Randburg), through our partnership with PPC.

  • May 2021: Donation of R46,000 in cricket equipment to Bosmont Primary School (Randburg) in partnership with PPC.  

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temba bavuma
cricket team


Through this initiative, the Foundation seeks to identify talented young players from the different townships and provide them with an opportunity to experience cricket at some of the top schools in the country.


The Foundation was invited to put forward a cricket team for the prestigious St David’s Marist Inanda u12 festival, that takes place in September. The team comprised of students from previously disadvantaged backgrounds across the country. Prior to the tournament, the students had never played together and faired exceptionally well amongst some of the top cricket schools in South Africa.

Notable victories were recorded over St Peters and St Stithians preparatory schools. We partnered with Vision View and New Balance to provide the boys with the required cricket paraphernalia.

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Playing Our Part



The Foundation seeks to make a meaningful difference in the lives of people, and the current COVID-19 epidemic has ushered in harsh realities for members of the community. It is important for the Foundation to remain relevant and address pressing issues being faced by the community.


  • May 2020: Distribution of 50 grocery packages & COVID-19 essentials in Diepsloot (Leap Science and Maths School) (2020)

  • May 2020: Distribution of 30 food packages in Langa township, Western Cape (2020)

  • July 2020: Food drive and distribution of sanitary towels to over 500 families in Cederbeg Municipality in partnership with the Unathi Tshotshwana Foundation (2020). 

  • July 2020: Wanderers - Supplying nutritious food hampers to the families of 50 young crickers from the Alexandra Township. 

  • July 2020: Alexandra - Distribution of 12.5 kg maize bags in partnership with the One People Fund to 1,300 families. 

  • August 2020: Yeoville - Visit to the Frida Hartley Shelter, a safe home for women & childern that are victims to Gender Based Violence, in partnership with PPC.

  • March 2021: Distribution of over 200 food parcels at Frida Hartley Shelter in Yeoville as part of their Friday community food drives.

  • April 2021: Distribution of over 300 burger meals at Frida Hartley Shelter in Yeoville in partnership with Spur.

  • August 2021: Over 100 blankets distributed to the homeless in Joubert Park Johannesburg CBD.

  • August 2021: Distribution of 129 blankets to the Tembisa Child and Family Welfare Society in

  • partnership with PPC August 2021: Over 200 dignity packs distributed to the girls at Realogile High School in Alexandra in partnership with Black Media Outdoor.

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