George Sebulela Foundation

Mr George Sebulela grew up in a small rural village called Six Pond, which is bounded by two other rural villages namely, Dertig & Danhouse in a district region of Moretele in North West Province, South Africa. Mr Sebulela is a pure product of Rural poverty. Rural poverty refers to poverty in rural areas, including factors of rural society, rural economy and political systems that give rise to the poverty found there. Mr Sebulela having grown in rural communities, has also faced & experienced many disadvantages in terms of legal and social protections, seen women and marginalized communities frequently having a hard time accessing land, education and other support systems that help with economic development. He has always had a dream to better the life & economic development of communities, hence the formation of the George Sebulela Foundation (GSF).

Key Stakeholders


1. To contribute meaningfully & make a positive impact to develop communities throughout Africa & other countries in the world.

2. To contribute meaningfully to the UN Sustainable Development Goals as a blueprint to achieve a better and more sustainable future for all. We are eager to further address the global challenges we face, including poverty, inequality, peace and justice etc.


Development of Sport talent in communities.

Access to sporting facilities in communities.

Development of Education Centres in Communities.

Access to Education material in educational facilities.

Access to better health care facilities in communities.

Access to medicine & better-equipped health care service

Key Media Stakeholders


strategic partners