Our vision is to emerge from the position of domestic leader to leading global player in the educational ICT sector by ensuring each learner achieves his or her potential to be an effective citizen in the competitive global digital world.
Product Mission – to provide our learners and educators with the most exciting and innovative ICT resources to ensure global learning at all levels.
Community Mission – to facilitate a feeling of ‘Ubuntu’ within the local community by offering outreach and community based ICT training.
Economic Mission – to grow the business to internationally acceptable levels by applying sound economic decisions and employing and partnering with the right people.
To build and maintain effective and efficient holistic health programmes towards a sustainable community in Trompsburg and surrounding areas.
The mission of SHASG is to provide accessible community services to people with life threatening diseases and their families including Orphaned and Vulnerable Children (OVC), by:-
• Promoting health through support education and training to the community and partners;
• Providing Home Based Palliative care to all those who need it.
Some 15 million rural South Africans remain trapped in poverty, due to the social engineering of apartheid and the priority given to urban industries in the government’s economic policies. Reversing the damage of apartheid’s economic and educational policies and bridging the gap between rural and urban communities is a daunting challenge. Rural communities endure underdeveloped local infrastructure and an inability to communicate effectively through modern means, due to their physical location, with limited fixed line telephone access, no access to the Internet and inadequate cell phone signal coverage. Furthermore, the development of education standards and facilities in rural communities has been stunted by apartheid policy and limited improvement in the post-apartheid era.
In the understanding that development means the development of people , it is our objective to provide disadvantaged communities with the necessary tools and information to bring about their own development, and, in doing so , improve educational and economic standards in their communities.