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Our platform is used by a large and ever-increasing number of students every year. To support our mission, keep the platform free and expand our impact, the Siyavula Foundation is seeking like-minded partners to join us on our journey to help 10 million aspiring learners from Africa per year. 


Our mandate is to ensure that all learners have free access to the Siyavula platform to support their learning in Mathematics, Physics and Chemistry. This includes:

  • Interactive, online textbooks

  • A world-class platform for learners to practise what they are learning

  • Connections to post-school opportunities through our My Future partners


Join us in our mission to make a positive impact on educational outcomes in maths and science on the African continent, and increase the number of students eligible to study further in STEM-related fields. 

Contributions to Siyavula Foundation

We have brand opportunities for funders to sponsor free access to a subject (Mathematics or Physical Sciences) or grade. For such sponsorship, the funder brand will be associated with every question and solution served for that specific subject and grade. Please contact us if you are interested in learning more about our branding opportunities. 


The Siyavula Foundation is a registered non-profit, public benefit organisation in South Africa. All contributions will be acknowledged on our Supporters page, and donors will receive an 18A tax certificate.

Who you'll be supporting ...

Your support will help a learner like Keletso Maia, who matriculated from a rural school in Limpopo province in 2022. Keletso started her journey with us in 2020, and credits Siyavula with helping her get through all the learning interruptions incurred during the Covid-19 lockdown. With her excellent matric results, Keletso was granted a bursary from one of our My Future partners.

She is now studying Actuarial Science at the University of the  Witwatersrand.

“We didn’t get taught enough in class, so I used Siyavula every day to catch up and work through all the chapters”.

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