Dlalisa Moyeni Foundation was founded by Mr and Mrs Skosana, in memory of Mr Skosana’s late father. After losing his father at a tender age, Mr Skosana struggled to nevigate life without the voice of a father and had to source this from community leaders such as pastors, coaches etc. This is when he noticed a gap for the boy child to be heard. Dlalisa currently operates as a safe space for young boys yearning for a father figure voice. The organization deals with with boys from broken homes, boys with no identity – no identification documents, single headed families. Yearly, we take in boys from local high schools and put them in a program that aims to link them with mentors, coaches and teachers that equip boys with life skills. It takes a village to raise a child, we’d like to join hands with you as we change lives, one boy at a time.
To create a South African society that is recognised worldwide for its noteworthy respect and appreciation towards others.
To influence the cognitive, behavioural and value orientations of the youth across South Africa. We aim to create a greater sense of community, respect and self-awareness through intentional programming and highly valued partnerships.
- We deliberately influence changes to the core orientations that our communities must undergo in order to become progressive and impactful
- We have no limitation in our scoping. All communities benefit from our work
- The work at hand is substantial. We therefore work with all like-minded individuals and institutions
- All our work is done deliberately, and we have tangible results to
Founder & Executive Chairperson
Mr Skosana is husband, father, son, and brother. He holds a BCom in accounting science, an advanced diploma in taxation and a diploma in project management. Furthermore, he is a member of SAIBA & SAIT. His mantra in life is any life project with a well-defined blueprint has a high probability to succeed.
Mrs Tumisang Skosana is a mother, wife, daughter, and sister. She holds a BA in community psychology, honours in special needs education & career counselling, masters in educational management law & Policy. Additionally, she bagged a PGCE in education and was a grade 2 teacher. She is passionate about children and making a difference wherever she is planted. Her mantra in life is ‘all things work together for good.
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