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Providing Educational and Financial Support To Students from Disadvantaged Communities

ASSET (the Association for Educational Transformation) is situated in the Western Cape, South Africa. It is a non-profit NGO which aims to provide opportunities for students from disadvantaged communities to realise their full educational potential, and to contribute to the process of educational transformation in South Africa.

Programmes
There are two core programmes:

1. The Bursary Programme (established in 1972)
2. The Learner Development Programme (established in 1982)

Both programmes were previously run under the auspices of the Cape Western Region of the SA Institute of Race Relations but gained independence in 2003 under ASSET.

 
Find us at 5 Long Street, Mowbray, 
Cape Town, South Africa.
From the N2
	From Settlers Way take Exit 7, toward Main Rd 
Turn left at M4/Main Rd
Take the 1st left onto Albert Rd
Take the 2nd right onto Long St
Destination will be on the right 
From the M3
Take exit 7-Rosebank toward Woolsack Dr
Turn left at Woolsack Dr
Take the 1st left onto Main Rd
Turn right at Osborne Rd
Continue onto Station Rd
Turn right at Long St
Destination will be on the right

Click here for Google map to Asset office in Cape Town. 


 

 

 

 Telephone   021 685-1025    ·   021 686-4701   ·   Fax 021 685-2501   ·   Website www.asset.org.za

 

The ASSET Alumni Association cordially invites you to their

 

 FIRST ANNUAL GENERAL MEETING

 

Saturday 16 November 2013

 

15h30 for 16h00

 

Venue: Brian Bishop Room, George Ellis House

5 Long Street Mowbray 

Please click here for information and registration page

Or simply right click and save target as to download registration form

 

 
 
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Learner Comments

I love to be close to my books where there’s no one who will disturb my learning time and as Saturday is a busy time in townships you can’t read your books nicely. I also come to Saturday classes to improve my seriousness with my books.

Boy Snyder

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