TEACH South Africa (TEACH) is a non-profit organisation that aims to respond to challenges in the education sector by recruiting, training, placing and supporting young excellent graduates to improve quality in education for every child in South Africa irrespective of their socio-economic background.

To address Mathematics, Science and Language learner performance in primary and secondary schools TEACH attracts university graduates in these subjects to teach and lead as TEACH Ambassadors for a two-year period in disadvantaged schools in South Africa. In addition, the graduates (TEACH Ambassadors) are encouraged to pursue a career in education and where possible the completion of a Post Graduate Certificate in Education (PGCE) is facilitated during their teaching engagement.

Since 2009 TEACH has recruited, trained and placed 478 TEACH Ambassadors in 186 schools across 7 provinces.The Teach South Africa footprint has shown positive growth between the years of 2009-2015. This has been as a result of the incredible work of our capable TEACH ambassadors across every province in the country.

The total number of TEACH Ambassadors placed in schools during this time has risen to 340; we are confident in the continuation of these levels of growth in the future.

Pareto supports TEACH Ambassadors at the following schools:

  1. Reuben Mathala – Chesterville High School KZN
  2. July Mathontsi – Umkhubane High School KZN
  3. Jacob Mosehle – Kagiso High School Gauteng