Agriculture Our latest project is agriculture wherein students are taught farming. Seed and compost were donated to start this project. Water restrictions were implemented in September 2016. As a result watering the vegetables became a challenge. We were then very fortunate as watering cans were donated. By looking at the gallery, one can see this has been a huge success. We also make use of tunnels to grow vegetables. This greatly assists with

Current Students

We have 82 students (the number keeps growing) most of which are slow learners. One student has autism (which means has difficulty communicating well with people or seating in one place), one student is in a wheelchair, four students have walking difficulties but are independent they are not using wheelchairs, one with hearing problem.

Phuthanang Introduction

The Phuthanang Training Centre for the Disabled is a non-profit organization established to provide life skills to young people with mental and physical disabilities. The centre was established in 2007 and has been receiving students from and around Tembisa. The students are taught literacy (languages and numeracy), income generation projects such as flower arrangements, decorations and catering, sporting activities and workshops on life skills. We have