Corporate Donors Celebrate Handover of Equipment Worth Over Two Million To Khayelitsha District Hospital

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Our Foundation celebrated the handover of over R2.3 Million worth of equipment donated to the Khayelitsha District Hospital with our corporate donors. Since 2018, our Foundation has been raising money for two projects at the hospital. The Emergency Center and the Mental Health Ward were the first wards to receive donations in the five-year healthcare […]

SAME Foundation Changes Learners Lives with Mandela Day Events Around South Africa

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Mandela Day Initiative 2019 SAME Foundation saw the lives of more than 2500 school children changed at the Blair Atholl Primary Farm School in Lanseria and the Zimasa Community School in Langa, Cape Town on Mandela Day through their Mandela Day Fun-Day. SAME Foundation Mandela Day Activities These Mandela Day initiatives were hosted by the […]

Vuwani Celebrates New MMSA For Their Rural Community

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SAME Foundation Brings STEM Education Opportunities To Limpopo   What We Found Currently, the area of Vuwani, in Limpopo, receives sub-par learning in the STEM subjects (Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math). The lack of resources and poor infrastructure account for this continuing problem. SAME Foundation wants to break this cycle by exposing teachers and students […]

Cape Town TV Highlights Positive Impact On Khayelitsha Hospital

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On October 4th , Cape Town TV interviewed Khayelitsha Hospital staff representatives and SA Medical and Education Foundation’s CEO, Trevor Pols. The hospital services an ever increasing district, and can be stretched beyond its capacity and resources. The Khayelitsha Hospital services one of the biggest and poorest informal settlements in the country. Following news on […]