Constitution – Grondwet (SA)

Deur wie word die Grondwet en Opvoeding befonds – hulle is en bly begunstigdes. – Who are the founding members of the South African Constitution.  Who are the funders of Education

Atlantic Philanthropies, Open Society Foundation and Ford foundation.


Atlantic Philanthropies, Open Society Foundation and Ford foundation.


Announcement on 2019 Grant Cycle Calls for OSF-SA

The Joint Fund to Promote and Advance Constitutionalism in South Africa (Constitutionalism Fund – CF) is a collaboration between The Atlantic Philanthropies, the Ford Foundation and The Open Society Foundations, with a combined investment of US$25 million to be spent on grantmaking over a ten to twelve year period.

AOSI’s purposes include promoting the value of open, democratic societies, both domestically and internationally; and coordinating, administrating, and advising national and regional programs in Central Asia and elsewhere on a range of issues, including public health, education and, more generally, development of civil society. AOSI also educates the public about issues concerning societies’ attempts to transform from totalitarian or authoritarian rule to democratic market economies. AOSI works with the U.S. government on a variety of charitable projects and is active within the United States to address the specific challenges facing urban communities and centers within the United States. AOSI makes and receives grants to support and cooperates with other charitable organizations for the foregoing purposes.

During 1982 our Afrikaner and Boers (all white’s) future were discussed behind our backs with the ANC already, but outside our borders.   Between leaders of the Broederbond, now called themselves the Afrikanerbond, were only open to men and a secret organisation at that stage.

Only a few years later, the next secret meetings follow.   That was with the assistance of Van Zyl Slabbert and Slovo in Dakar, from 1986 to 1992 – also behind our backs.  Dakar is in Western Africa.   A lot of things were discussed here – Afrikaans as language also black economic empowerment and our education systems as well.  ALL with the compliments of the communists Soros and Slovo.




“regstellende aksie en gelyke (EE) onderwys vir almal in SA – selfs immigrante wat hier skoolgaan het dieselfde regte as die burgers.” moenie dink dit gaan ooit verander nie. SLEGS as ons ons eie gebiede het, ons eie regering, sal ons ons eie onderrigstelsels kan beheer en bestuur. Tans bestuur dieselfde organisasies (kommuniste) wat die grondwet en selfs parlement bestuur, ook die onderriggeleenthede vir ons kinders. Hoekom word Afrikaans anders weggeneem en weggehou om dit dood te druk?


We are a movement of learners, parents, teachers and community members working for quality and equality in South African education, through analysis and activism.

EE is a community and membership-based organisation. It advocates for quality and equality in the South African education system. It is a leader in youth leadership development. EE’s campaigns, based on detailed research and policy analysis, are aimed at achieving quality education for all.

We build an understanding of the educational system, whilst drawing attention to problems faced by schools and their communities. Equipped with this knowledge, EE offers a new way for people to participate in the democratic system and bring change to education and society.

Who is behind the funding / Wie befonds Onderrig?

The Open Society Foundations work to build vibrant and tolerant societies whose governments are accountable and open to the participation of all people.

The Bertha Foundation believes that bright ideas, combined with resources and strong leadership, can create profound social impact. We believe in the power of social activism to generate social, political, economic and environmental change. We believe in passionate individuals and projects that can effect change on a local or global scale. We hope those touched by The Bertha Foundation will in turn be inspired and motivated to create meaningful opportunities for others.

The RAITH Foundation is concerned that systemic injustice and unfairness prevail in South Africa and seeks effective and lasting solutions, which address this at its roots.

Comic Relief aim to drive positive change through the power of entertainment. Based in the United Kingdom, Comic Relief makes grants that tackle poverty and injustice in the UK and globally. Additionally, they attempt to raise awareness on issues where they feel they can make an impact.

The European Union is made up of 27 Member States who have decided to
gradually link together their know-how, resources and destinies. Together, during a period of enlargement of 50 years, they have built a zone of stability, democracy and sustainable development whilst maintaining cultural diversity, tolerance and individual freedoms. The European Union is committed to sharing its achievements and its values with countries and peoples beyond its borders.

The Claude Leon Foundation is a South African charitable trust, resulting from a bequest by Claude Leon (1884-1972)./

The Joint Fund to Promote and Advance Constitutionalism in South Africa (Constitutionalism Fund – CF) is a collaboration between The Atlantic Philanthropies, the Ford Foundation and The Open Society Foundations, with a combined investment of US$25 million to be spent on grantmaking over a ten to twelve year period.

The Canon Collins Educational & Legal Assistance Trust is building a community of change agents across Southern Africa who create and use knowledge for positive social impact. Through our higher education and research funding, project grants and international events programme, our unique approach cultivates a space where activism and research meet.

For 30 years, Atlantic has made grants to advance opportunity and lasting change for those who are unfairly disadvantaged or vulnerable to life’s circumstances.

The Ford Foundation supports visionary leaders and organizations on the frontlines of social change worldwide.

The South Africa Development Fund (SADF) is a U.S. tax-exempt public charity directed by South Africans who have a vast knowledge of the issues in their country and strong ties to the United States. Established in 1985 by political exiles, SADF provides grants to community-based organizations committed to non-sexist, non-racial, democratic practices and which address human rights through health, education, economic development, environmental justice and democracy-building. SADF seeks to use philanthropy to promote grassroots activism aimed at providing services and resources to communities disadvantaged by decades of apartheid policies.

Porticus is the international organisation that manages and develops the philanthropic programmes of charitable entities established by Brenninkmeijer family entrepreneurs. We provide these entities with strategic advice on programmes and offer them a full array of grant management services. Every year, approximately 2,000 projects are supported in almost 90 countries around the world.

The Cameron Schrier Foundation supports non-profit organizations primarily in the U.S. and South Africa. The Foundation also partners with organizations from around the world to help identify, support, and strengthen grantees. Since inception, the Cameron Schrier Foundation has worked to develop young leaders, promote education equity, encourage informed public discourse and an active civil society, and help communities in need.

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