African academy

Everything You Need to Know About
Funding & Finance

Here's to Our Silent Heros Moving Us Forward Through Funding

African Academy for Computer Assisted Engineering is a non-profit organisation dedicated to the upliftment of skills in draughting and related industries. Our goals are to assist disadvantaged individuals in achieving rewarding technical careers from previous unemployment.

African Academy relies on donations and sponsorships from industry leaders and government departments as its main source of funding.

Our previous Sponsors

We’d like to honour and appreciate all the sponsors who have been the drivers of African Academy’s continual growth and progress.
We are eternally grateful!

Our current Sponsors

We’d like to honour and appreciate all the sponsors who have been the drivers of African Academy’s continual growth and progress.
We are eternally grateful!

Change a Life

If your company would like to become a sponsor and help transform students’ lives, then you are welcome to get in touch to learn more about the rules and regulations surrounding sponsorship. See how current sponsors have made a difference and read our success stories.

Together we can contribute towards the upliftment of skills and the resolution of unemployment in South Africa.
Together we can make a difference!

Donor Tributes

The following donors have been instrumental to our academic institute, some of whom have helped us at the very start and who have helped us form African Academy as we know it today.

Our Sponsors

We’d like to honour and appreciate all the sponsors who have been the drivers of African Academy’s continual growth and progress.
We are eternally grateful!

All donations are used to expand our facilities and help us enhance our learners’ academic experience. If you or your company would like to make a once-off donation, and would like to find out how your money will be used, then select the button below to learn more.

Empowering Students with BBBEE

As a Level x BBBEE institution, we make use of a BBBEE scorecard to guide our equity practices at the African Academy and to ensure that there is equal opportunity for all.

We are guided by the following 7 pillars of BBBEE:

We use these 7 pillars to make a difference to the sustainable economic landscape in South Africa, which is beneficial to not only the previously disadvantaged, but to every individual. We aim to use the scorecard to make a measurable difference at the individual level, management level, and the socio-economic level.