Valdezia100 is a tertiary education fund which assists students from the impoverished village of Valdezia in Limpopo, who then intend to give back to the community which they come from. The program helps in funding University tuition, accommodation costs and living allowance. African Proficient Software is a sponsor and partner of this organisation which has seen high performing students accessing university studies. The organisation was established in 2013, seeing its first student register at the University of Limpopo Medical School in 2014. It now boasts a number of students both in medical school, commerce and law faculties.
Masinyusane is an educational non-profit organisation working with children and families in the townships of South Africa. Our comprehensive educational support system ensures our kids receive all the opportunities they need to succeed in life. Opportunities to get a good education, to eat a healthy meal, to discover and develop their talents, and to have someone love and believe in them. There is no greater investment, in terms of ending poverty and uplifting communities, than these kids’ lives. African Proficient Software is a proud supporter and donor of Masinyusane, mainly in the area of improving learning conditions in the township schools of South Africa.
The Graduate School of Business of University of Cape Town is committed to research and development, mainly in the area of innovation. African Proficient Software has dedicated itself to partnering with the UCT Graduate School of Business, Centre for Emerging Markets, as we strongly believe that current problems will not be solved with current available solutions. The innovation supported by the disciplined research has proven timeously to be what it is needed to solve complex matters.