Blogs and Articles
We cover the latest news and events within our organisation. Our articles cover our stories while encompassing critical topics like education, career development and socio-economic challenges in South Africa.
According to a recent Quarterly Labour Force Survey by Statistics South Africa, the country’s official unemployment rate increased to a record of 32.5% as the
The Trevor Noah Foundation is pleased to announce our Chairman, Trevor Noah, as the winner of the inaugural Elevate Prize Foundation Catalyst Award 2021. The Elevate Prize Foundation has committed to providing $250,000 in unrestricted funding to support our work within education.
We recently caught up with Lungisa Sobhuwa, an Education Changemaker and grant recipient from Cohort #1. Lungisa runs a project called Sikhululekile Reading Development &
Last year the Trevor Noah Foundation partnered with the Young African Leaders Initiative Regional Leadership Center Southern Africa (YALI RLC-SA) to invest in a new
It’s been a period of mixed emotions as hundreds of thousands of 2020 matriculants received their results yesterday. The class of 2020 wrote their final
It has become a norm that when South African President Cyril Ramaphosa addresses the nation, a.k.a, holds a “family meeting”, the country comes to a
A Message from our Chairman “At the core of the Foundation’s work is the idea that kids of today are being told to be the
This week marks the 6th anniversary of the #IBelong Campaign to End Statelessness. UNHCR launched this campaign in 2014 with the aim of ending statelessness
October is Mental Health Awareness Month and a crucial opportunity to educate our communities on the importance of mental health. The Trevor Noah Foundation chose
“What has inspired me? Realising how much kids want to learn… they want to build the future.” – Trevor Noah In celebration of the
In October 2019, the St John’s College Matric class began fundraising for their Matric Dance event. With the continual extensions to the lockdown and the
This Women’s Month we recognize a woman who holds the title #SuperMom to its highest form – Khanyisile Motsa, affectionately known as Mam Khanyi –