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We take the students just after metric and train them in welding, boilermaking and pipefitting. We also assist them to get a proper university entries and further their dreams; up to a point where they graduate; and therefor come back to the community and plowback to the young people.


Is a programme  that supports  the public schools and community libraries with books, and the aim is to develop the culture of reading to children in the SA communities for a better tomorrow. Reading develops a strong and a better perspective to learners, it assist them to better plan their lives and a clear understanding of what they want to become when they grow up.

This sector will be driven by retired teachers as volunteers, working in line with the Department of Education’s policy standards.




PALPP Corporate Social Investment wing is a division in the company that supports educational programmes focusing on the youth, mainly from primary schools, high schools and up to the university level. We assist with educational resources and as well as the education financial support. As we are born and bred in South Africa, we have witnessed many horrible situations concerning the youth of our country ranging from alcohol and drug abuse, yet crime, low matric pass rates, child pregnancy, youth unemployment and many other Socio-Economic challenges that are becoming a major obstacle for the youth to realise their dreams and goals.

We believe most people would agree with these horrific facts and can relate to them. However it is not all doom and gloom in our townships as there are positive role models out there coming from our rural areas and townships. How then can we tap into their potential so that it can produce positive impact in our communities? How can we then bring change? How we see ourselves, especially the youth? How do we then help them to see what transpired through their lives either through the backgrounds they come from, traumatic situations they have faced, these situations do not determine their future? If the youth is the future of our country South Africa, then how do we then help them see their future and help them to achieve their dreams? How do we begin to work together and not against each other? Amongst other questions that came into our minds are, should these challenges be allowed to happen? What about those who see them, but stand far without intervening and don't do anything? Are they also not part of the problem?