Making a difference. Creating a legacy.

The Dr Oscar Dhlomo Foundation was founded on 29 August 2010 in Umlazi by his widow and children with the aim of continuing the work which was central to his life. Based on the three principles which comprised his philosophy – education, faith and social responsibility – it also subscribes to the humanistic ideal to which he subscribed: “umuntu umgumuntu ngabantu” (“I am because you are”),  or ubuntu. The foundation’s primary role lies in supporting education by way of granting bursaries to students from underprivileged communities (see “Education”). It also involves itself in a number of community upliftment projects. 

Christian Outreach

Christianity is one of the three pillars the Dr Oscar Dhlomo Foundation focuses on. It is and was a strong personality trait of Dr Dhlomo himself. The foundation is committed to contributing to Christianity projects. To date the Dr Oscar Dhlomo foundation has played a vital role in the development of the Umlazi Lamont UCCSA and has successfully renovated the UCCSA Umbumbulu Isaac Dhlomo Chapel.

Education & Bursaries

The Dr Oscar Dhlomo Foundation

has granted bursaries to 11

students at various universities

around the country, including the

Mongosuthu University of

Technology, the University of

KwaZulu-Natal, the University of

South Africa (Unisa) and Damelin.

These students are enrolled for

degrees or diplomas in a wide range

of fields, from electrical engineering,

medicine, computer science and

environmental studies to education,

commerce and public relations.

Community Development

Community development plays a vital role in achieving the objectives of the Dr Oscar Dhlomo Foundation. Community development is a meaningful way to see a corporate social investment in seeing a better tomorrow. The Foundation is committed to making a meaningful contribution to its surrounding community. The trustees of the Dr Oscar Dhlomo foundation have involved themselves in fundraising and community development projects like the Adams College Fundraising Dinner, Dr EZ Sikakane Methodist Church and the Bhelesi foundation. 
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Making a difference. Creating

a legacy.

The Dr Oscar Dhlomo Foundation was founded on 29 August 2010 in Umlazi by his widow and children with the aim of continuing the work which was central to his life. Based on the three principles which comprised his philosophy – education, faith and social responsibility – it also subscribes to the humanistic ideal to which he subscribed: “umuntu umgumuntu ngabantu” (“I am because you are”),  or ubuntu. The foundation’s primary role lies in supporting education by way of granting bursaries to students from underprivileged communities (see “Education”). It also involves itself in a number of community upliftment projects. 

Christian Outreach

Christianity is one of the three pillars the Dr Oscar Dhlomo Foundation focuses on. It is and was a strong personality trait of Dr Dhlomo himself. The foundation is committed to contributing to Christianity projects. To date the Dr Oscar Dhlomo foundation has played a vital role in the development of the Umlazi Lamont UCCSA and has successfully renovated the UCCSA Umbumbulu Isaac Dhlomo Chapel.

Education & Bursaries

The Dr Oscar Dhlomo Foundation has granted

bursaries to 11 students at various universities

around the country, including the Mongosuthu

University of Technology, the University of KwaZulu-

Natal, the University of South Africa (Unisa) and

Damelin. These students are enrolled for degrees or

diplomas in a wide range of fields, from electrical

engineering, medicine, computer science and

environmental studies to education, commerce and

public relations.

Community Development

Community development plays a vital role in achieving the objectives of the Dr Oscar Dhlomo Foundation. Community development is a meaningful way to see a corporate social investment in seeing a better tomorrow. The Foundation is committed to making a meaningful contribution to its surrounding community. The trustees of the Dr Oscar Dhlomo foundation have involved themselves in fundraising and community development projects like the Adams College Fundraising Dinner, Dr EZ Sikakane Methodist Church and the Bhelesi foundation. 
More Info More Info
© Dr Oscar Dhlomo Foundation 2017 Registration: IT 923/2010/PMB |  All rights reserved  |  Contact Us