Projects supported by the Mosehla Foundation

The Foundation partners with one Primary School in Tembisa to assess their ad-hoc needs. Solutions may be in the form of financial assistance, financing of infrastructure, provision of goods or assistance to learners.

We need your help!

We are launching four projects in 2021. We call on our partners and friends to contact Caron Mosehla on if you can get involved or assist with sponsorship of the following projects:
  • Project 1: We recognise that Sport for Development is an effective tool in tackling youth development issues. The school has a make-shift soccer field and we seek partners to develop the land into a full-sized soccer turf field.

  • Project 2: Development of a combi-court that can be used for Netball, Volleyball & Basketball.

  • Project 3: Music ignites all areas of child development and skills for school readiness, including intellectual, social-emotional, motor, language, and overall literacy. It helps the body and the mind work together. We would love to establish a music room at the school to help develop young music talents.

  • Project 4: In early 2020, the acting Principal of Khatlamping Primary School, identified a need to develop a Leadership Programme for Grade 6 & 7 pupils. The Mosehla Foundation decided to get involved and bought Hello Me Journals for each pupil. These journals will be used to facilitate workshops around key themes. Unfortunately due to Covid-19, this programme had to be postponed to 2021. If you can contribute your skills, life experience and knowledge, we are looking for guest speakers/facilitators in 2022. Please get in touch and make a difference!


  • Black Panther Screening
  • Mandela Day with Edwin Construction
  • Stationery drive at Roedean School (SA)
In 2018, Grade 7 learners were treated to a movie screening of the latest Marvel production, Black Panther as a co-curricular activity. This was the first time at a cinema for many and the children thoroughly enjoyed the outing. The movie touched on two very important social issues that the Foundation strongly promotes:
  • Diversity and race – the importance for character diversity in terms of race, gender and disability.
  • The representation of women in science and technology.
In 2018 we partnered with Edwin Construction (Pty) Ltd for Mandela Day. Their employees and subcontractors designed and upgrade the Quad area as well as refurbished an unused classroom into a Language Centre.
Cadha Mosehla and Leila Sono initiated a stationery collection at Roedean School (SA) in Parktown to benefit Khatlamping Primary School, a Mosehla partner-school in Tembisa. Usable second-hand stationery was collected and cleaned by Roedean volunteers and was delivered to Khatlamping Primary in January 2019 in time for the first school term.