There has been great strides in establishing black owned private schools in South Africa. A lot of these pioneers are introducing innovative learning in posh areas and townships. They also inspiring Africans to build schools that matches the values and future Africans envision for the continent. The emergence of South African Black Owned Private Schools inspired the 3 South African Black Owned Private Schools You Must Know About list.
Future Nation Schools
Future Nation Schools (FNS) is a pre-school, primary school and high school Founded in 2017 by Sizwe Nxasana and Dr Judy Dlamini as a subsidiary of Sifiso Learning Group, Future Nation Schools are a network of independent or private schools that aim to lead the African Excellence Revolution through relevant, futuristic, Africa-focused and technology-enabled education – preparing Africa’s youth for the Fourth Industrial Revolution and beyond.
Nova Pioneer is a Pan-African independent school network, that builds and operates world class, affordable education, offering students grades from preschool through secondary. Nova Pioneer is currently operational in both South Africa and Kenya. Co Founded by Chinezi Chijioke who is also the CEO of Nova–Pioneer Education Group, a network of accessible 21st century private schools across Africa. The mission of Nova–Pioneer to develop generations of innovators and leaders who will shape the Africa Century.
African Leadership Academy
African Leadership Academy was founded in 2004 by Executive Chairman Fred Swaniker, CEO Chris Bradford, Acha Leke, and Peter Mombaur. These men relied on five key beliefs that drove the establishment of African Leadership Academy and determined the focus and design of the institution.
Ayanda Junior Academy
Ayanda Junior Academy is a black-owned private school in Vosloorus which was founded by Margery Tyobo. Tyobo opened the academy 2018 from the expansion of Ayanda Pre-School which she opened in 1991
Molo Mhlaba is South Africa’s first black-owned Pan African private school for girls. It’s located in Khayelitsha. Access to good quality education is one of the main challenges in the area and the bilingual school seeks to solve that. The low fee private school welcomed its first group of pupils last year.
It places a strong focus on coding, robotics, mathematics and science.