Who We Are

About Insika

Insika Foundation NPC was founded in 2012 and is a 100% Black and majority female owned entity. Currently Insika Foundation has a level 1 BBBEE score and has a footprint in Gauteng, Kwa Zulu Natal and the Western Cape. As a Not for Profit Organisation (NPO – /08-NPO Number 183-347) Insika connects business, government, and the community through social projects in the following key programmes:

    • Community Work Programme (CWP)
    • Internships
    • Training
    • Corporate Social Investment (CSI)

The Insika Foundation Promise

Insika Foundation empowers beneficiaries with tangible life skills. We appreciate that not all beneficiaries necessarily require the same thing – some people require a computer course, some a driver’s license and others may require some workplace experience. Our objective is to connect our beneficiaries based on their individual needs moving them from point A to B.

The Insika Foundation Achievements

    • City of Johannesburg, certificate of excellence, 2016
    • Gauteng Premier awards, 2019

The Insika Foundation Journey

Insika Foundation started in Gauteng and then grew to Kwazulu Natal and the Western Cape. Initially we focused on community work but we have moved into training, internships, Learnerships, community work and motivational talks.

Breaking News

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Insika Foundation supports Young Talent in Film Industry

Insika Foundation co-sponsored a short film produced by Minenhle Luthuli called Heart Attack.

The film is being featured at the DIFF until the 1st Aug 2021. Visit https://durbanfilmfest.com to Rent the Film.

Minenhle Luthuli has an Honours Degree in Motion Picture Medium from AFDA, the South African School for Creative Economy where she majored in Screenwriting. She has since worked in the South African Television Industry as a script coordinator and writer. She has worked on Isidingo, Durban General and The Estate.

Insika Foundation congratulates Minenhle on this momentous achievement and looks forward to watching her flourish in the Film Industry! Halala Minenhle Halala!

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info@insikafoundation.co.za 011 695 6800
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